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Table 2: Functional analysis of stress responsive genes.For stresses induced by a) paraquat (5mM and 15mM experiments), b) H2O2 or c) tunicamycin we analyzed the distribution in functional classes (as defined by the Gene Ontology (GO) database) of the genes selected by the SAM analysis (responsive genes) and compared it to the same distribution for all the genes significantly detected on our microarrays (analysed genes). We report here the significantly over- or under-represented (P<0.005) molecular functions and the number of analysed and responsive genes found inside these classes, for the different stress conditions. The p-value P associated to the null hypothesis of no association with a binomial distribution hypothesis is given for each class, (only classes with P<0.005 were retained). For clarity of the figure some redundant branches of the tree were removed. Color codes for the classes: dark blue: classes present in the 3 stress responses; yellow: classes present in the two oxidative stress responses; green: classes present in paraquat and tunicamycin stress responses; light cyan: classes present in H2O2 and tunicamycin stress responses. Color code for statistical analysis: orange: under-represented class, blue: over-represented class.
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Girardot et al. BMC Genomics 2004 5:74 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-5-74