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Fig. 6 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 6

From: A novel method of transcriptome interpretation reveals a quantitative suppressive effect on tomato immune signaling by two domains in a single pathogen effector protein

Fig. 6

AvrPto has a proportionally greater effect on genes down-regulated during PTI. a Scatterplot where the horizontal coordinate equals induction by D29E delivering the CTD/CD relative to a mock inoculation without bacteria, representing the PTI-induced transcriptome. Included are all genes significantly up- or down-regulated by PTI in this experimental setup. In red are the values for the same genes when WT AvrPto is delivered. b The number of genes with significantly altered transcript abundance compared to a mock infiltration for the CTD/CD, CTD, CD and WT. Above the axis is the number of genes that are strongly up-regulated, and below is the number of genes that are strongly down-regulated. The number of genes is written adjacent to the bar. c Scatterplot with all genes represented in Fig. 6a plotted with the same horizontal coordinate. Each gene is represented three times. In red are WT AvrPto modifications relative to a mock infection. In blue are the same genes as red except the reductions in PTI induction from each domain has been applied similarly to Fig. 5a. Note that the members lower left quadrants from Fig. 5a are now in the upper right quadrant here, and those in the upper right in Fig. 5a are now in the lower left

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