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Figure 3. Variations of detected enzymes in glycolysis and glycerol biosynthesis.. From: Proteomic Research Reveals the Stress Response and Detoxification of Yeast to Combined Inhibitors.

The folds in parentheses from left to right correspond to N−/S−, S+/S−, N+/N−, respectively.

Ming-Zhu Ding, et al. PLoS One. 2012;7(8):e43474.
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Figure 2. Variations of intracellular proteins.. From: Proteomic Research Reveals the Stress Response and Detoxification of Yeast to Combined Inhibitors.

(a) Variations of the 6 clusters of proteins; (b) Heatmap of proteins with significant functions (P-value<10−4) in S and N.

Ming-Zhu Ding, et al. PLoS One. 2012;7(8):e43474.
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Figure 4. Variations of proteins related to nitrogen metabolism and stress response.. From: Proteomic Research Reveals the Stress Response and Detoxification of Yeast to Combined Inhibitors.

(a) Differentially expressed proteins between the parental and tolerant yeast strains related to amino acid and nucleotide metabolism. (b) Normalized abundance of the proteins involved in stress response and detoxification. The abundance of proteins in S- was set as the base, i.e., 1.

Ming-Zhu Ding, et al. PLoS One. 2012;7(8):e43474.
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Figure 1. Total intracellular proteins and image of reference gel.. From: Proteomic Research Reveals the Stress Response and Detoxification of Yeast to Combined Inhibitors.

(a) Variations of total intracellular proteins in the parental (S) and tolerant (N) yeast strains. □: in absence of PFA during fermentation; <$>\raster(85%)="rg1"<$>: in presence of PFA during fermentation; (b) Image of reference gel of parental yeast S in absence of inhibitors (S-). All the referred proteins numbered in Table 1, Table 2 and Table 3 were marked here.

Ming-Zhu Ding, et al. PLoS One. 2012;7(8):e43474.

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