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Fig. 15 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 15

From: The transcriptomic and proteomic responses of Daphnia pulex to changes in temperature and food supply comprise environment-specific and clone-specific elements

Fig. 15

Temporal changes in mRNA and protein levels in clone G under acute heat stress. The transcriptomic and proteomic data from the D. pulex clone G under acute heat stress allowed the comparison of temporal changes in the mRNA and protein levels (log2-fold changes between stress and control conditions) from identical genes (identical gene IDs). In 18 cases, the mRNA and protein levels showed the same regulatory direction (positive, top; negative, center), whereas antagonistic regulation was observed in 14 cases (bottom). Red, green, and gray background colors separate upregulated, downregulated, and antagonistically regulated genes. Red and green bars mark the most positive or most negative expression changes. Dashed vertical lines indicate log2-fold changes of − 1 and 1

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