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Fig. 5 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 5

From: Prunus persica plant endogenous peptides PpPep1 and PpPep2 cause PTI-like transcriptome reprogramming in peach and enhance resistance to Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni

Fig. 5

Differential network visualization of gene expression data in the context of custom P. persica Pep network (PEPN) using DiNAR. P. persica response to PpPep1 (left) and PpPep2 (right) 1, 24 and 48 h after application (top to bottom). Genes with differential expression in each condition compared to the untreated samples (adj. p < 0.01; |log2FC| > 1.0) are shown. Node colors correspond to the expression fold changes. Node sizes correspond to the absolute fold changes and are proportional to the custom threshold (− 7, 7). Edges represent the regulation between the components (transcription, activation, inhibition, binding or synthesis) while their color intensity depends on the differential expression of the genes connected by them (i.e. shown only if the differential expression of both genes is statistically significant). BINs containing DEG are named and framed by brighter green ovals

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