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Table 2 Heat shock upregulated genes.

From: Heterologous microarray experiments allow the identification of the early events associated with potato tuber cold sweetening

Probeset ID Potato best match and annotation Avg. signal 17°C Avg. signal 4°C Fold change Adj. P.Val.
Les.269.1.S1_at TA34173_411
Small heat shock protein, chloroplast precursor (Tomato)
94.31 4072.03 42.94 0.00129
LesAffx.10596.1.S1_at BG888211
Chloroplast small heat shock protein class I (Capsicum frutescens)
64.18 2561.36 39.78 0.00129
Les.4004.1.S1_a_at TA25739_4113
Hsp19.9 protein (Lycopersicon peruvianum)
149.19 5743.57 38.50 0.00140
Les.4819.1.S1_at TA24545_4113
DnaK protein, putative (Oryza sativa)
44.76 1295.63 29.84 0.00254
Les.3677.1.S1_at TA35283_4113
Small heat-shock protein (Tomato)
16.02 396.81 25.04 0.00182
Les.4150.1.S1_at TA29480_4113
Mitochondrial small heat-shock protein (Tomato)
173.18 1515.29 8.75 0.00287
Les.3160.3.S1_at TA24543_4113
DnaK protein, putative (Oryza sativa – japonica cultivar-group)
173.64 1294.13 7.39 0.00325
Les.3739.1.S1_at TA42758_4113
Small heat-shock protein homolog protein (Solanum tuberosum)
4.30 20.16 4.18 0.04704
  1. Signals are the averages of two biological replicates (avg. signal) for both control (17°C) and cold stress (4 days at 4°C) and fold changes represent the ratios of stress to control average signals. For a given probeset, potato best match refers to the best hit (highest perfect alignment score) between tomato target vs. potato TIGR TA entry as determined by the Global Match File. Adjusted P-value (Adj.P.Val) estimates false positives and refers to Benjamini-Hochberg's multiple test correction of the false discovery rate.