Figure 1.

Relative frequencies of transcripts in libraries prepared from competent and photoinduced plasmodia. Each circle represents a single cDNA, plotted according to its relative frequencies (number of hits per transcript divided by the total number of hits) on each cDNA library. relL and relD represent the relative frequencies in the libraries prepared from light-induced and competent plasmodia, respectively. Transcripts more abundant in light-induced (above the diagonal) or in competent, not light-induced plasmodia (below the diagonal) are shown, and SwissProt orthologs are indicated for 10 contigs with relative frequencies greater than 0.005. Red dots represent those contigs which are more abundant in the light-induced plasmodial library, and black those which are more abundant in the library prepared from competent plasmodia. Detailed descriptions for these transcripts can be found on the Table S1.

Barrantes et al. BMC Genomics 2010 11:115   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-115
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