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Table 2 Functional group analysis of common up-regulated MIPS categories of the transcriptomic data comparison

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

Sample No. of genes MIPS
Name No. of genes p-value Example of genes
   Metabolism of methionine 10 2 · 10-6 ALT1:DAL7:DUR80
GDH2:MET1:MET3
P5 15°C-28°C 32 Nitrogen, sulfur and selenium metabolism 16 1 · 10-6 MET5:MET10:MET14
   Sulfur metabolism 6 1 · 10-5 MET16:MET17:MET28
   MET32:NIT1:STR3:YHR112C
  Metabolism of methionine 3 7 · 10-3 ATO3:GDH2:MET1
P24 15°C-28°C 11 Nitrogen, sulfur and selenium metabolism 6 1 · 10-3 MET10:NIT1:STR3
  Sulfur metabolism 2 3 · 10-3  
  Metabolism of methionine 3 1.99 · 10-2 ASP3:DAL7:FMO1
P5-P24 15°C 12 Nitrogen, sulfur and selenium metabolism 7 1 · 10-4 MET3:MET14:MET32
  Sulfur metabolism 2 7.1 · 10-3 OPT1
  Metabolism of methionine 3 1.81 · 10-4 GDH2:MET1:MET10
Common key genes 15°C 10 Nitrogen, sulfur and selenium metabolism 5 1.14 · 10-5 NIT1:STR3
  Sulfur metabolism 2 2.79 · 10-4