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Fig. 3 | Plant Methods

Fig. 3

From: DiNAR: revealing hidden patterns of plant signalling dynamics using Differential Network Analysis in R

Fig. 3

Visualisation of data in PIS network using DiNAR. a Potato immune signalling network comprising metabolic, signalling and gene regulatory pathways of SA, JA and ET. Nodes representing transcripts/proteins are coloured blue, metabolites and small compounds green and phytohormones orange. Pathogens are represented as red nodes. Parts of network describing SA, JA and ET pathways, kinases and ROS signalling as well as viral and bacterial interactors are marked with dashed line. b Transcriptional response of potato leaves to infection with PVY 1 dpi. DiNAR static–interactive visualisation of PIS network of NT cv. Désirée (left panel) and NahG-Désirée (right panel) is shown (adjusted p value < 0.05, no logFC cut-off, min node degree 1). Node colours correspond to gene regulation with red (upregulated) and blue (downregulated). The size of nodes correspond to absolute logFC values. Edges describing the reactions between the components are directed and represent activation (full line, unilateral arrows), inhibition (full line) or binding (dashed line, bilateral arrows)

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