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Fig. 4 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 4

From: Effects of amino acids on the lignocellulose degradation by Aspergillus fumigatus Z5: insights into performance, transcriptional, and proteomic profiles

Fig. 4

Comparison of proteome and transcriptome data of A. fumigatus Z5 with the regulation of different treatments. a Pairwise Spearman correlations and scatterplots of − log10 (FPKM values), for the six subjects, show a high consistency of their transcriptomes; b a majority of genes with an RPKM value larger than 100 are expressed in all six samples, which showed a high flexibility in whether or not a gene is expressed; ce RPKM value distribution of all genes shows one peak, representing highly expressed genes. The genes have been shown to be more likely to be translated into functional proteins; f pie chart shows the relationship between the identified proteome and the two omics (proteome and transcriptome)

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