Figure 4.

Multi-scale navigation for PBS3 in the ATTED-II network dataset of 22,447 nodes and 189,546 edges. This figure shows the hierarchical organization of the clusters containing PBS3, a gene of interest, which are highlighted in light yellow. (A) The most abstracted view. PBS3 belongs to the signal transduction cluster. (B) At this level, PBS3 is found in the systemic acquired resistance cluster. (C) PBS3 is included in the defense response to bacterium cluster. (D) The most specific view. PBS3 is clustered together with ten other genes, such as AIG1, ICS1, and FMO1.

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