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From: Global phenotypic and genomic comparison of two Saccharomyces cerevisiae wine strains reveals a novel role of the sulfur assimilation pathway in adaptation at low temperature fermentations

Figure 4

The transcriptional response at low temperature in the two selected strains. (A) Scheme of the experimental design: the transcriptomic changes in the same strain are due to growth temperature (temperature-responsive genes) or the transcriptomic changes at the same temperature depend on the wine strain (strain-specific genes). (B) Venn’s diagram of the temperature-responsive genes in both strains. The common genes among strains are highlighted. Red indicates up-regulated genes, while green denotes down-regulation. (C) Heat map depicting the level of expression of the common genes in both strains at low temperature.

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