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Fig. 6 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 6

From: Transcriptome profiling reveals that feeding wild zooplankton to larval Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) influences suites of genes involved in oxidation-reduction, mitosis, and selenium homeostasis

Fig. 6

Hierarchical clustering analysis for a subset of RA-Zoo responsive genes potentially involved in selenium homeostasis. RA-Zoo, RA and RA-PH (n = 8 each) samples were clustered based on features having the associated GO terms “response to selenium ion” and/or “selenium binding”, and five additional selenoprotein-encoded transcripts were also included in this analysis. Gene names were taken from the most significant BLASTx hits with associated protein names (avoiding “predicted” and “unnamed” hits if possible)

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