Skip to main content

Table 3 Categories that were significantly enriched in the dataset of common genes from our study and the study performed by Teng et al.[45] and whose elimination increases the susceptibility to acetic acid and heat

From: Genome-wide identification of genes involved in the positive and negative regulation of acetic acid-induced programmed cell death in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Category p-value Number of genes in the dataset Number of genes in the category
Biological Process    
Mitochondrial translation [GO:0032543] 1.511E-07 12 88
Translation [GO:0006412] 2.893E-07 22 318
Mitochondrial proton-transporting ATP synthase complex assembly [GO:0033615] 8.644 E-04 3 10
Positive regulation of mitochondrial translation [GO:0070131] 1.539 E-03 3 12
Negative regulation of peptidase activity [GO:0010466] 2.353 E-03 2 4
Mitochondrial respiratory chain complex III biogenesis [GO:0097033] 2.353 E-03 2 4
tRNA aminoacylation for protein translation [GO:0006418] 5.078 E-03 4 35
Ion transport [GO:0006811] 5.634 E-03 7 107
Deoxyribonucleotide biosynthetic process [GO:0009263] 5.728 E-03 2 6
Aerobic respiration [GO:0009060] 7.419 E-03 5 61
Chromatin modification [GO:0016568] 7.919 E-03 7 114
  1. In the study of Teng et al.[45] a heat ramp stress was applied to the strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene knockout collection, after which samples were plated in 96 spots and incubated at 30°C for 18 hours for colony visualization. Microscopic colonies were then assessed by automated counting [45].