Figure S4: Differential expression of bacteriocyte enriched genes in aposymbiotic and trypanosome infected flies with additional annotations from Unravelling the relationship between the tsetse fly and its obligate symbiont <i>Wigglesworthia</i>: transcriptomic and metabolomic landscapes reveals highly integrated physiological networks
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This graph represents the differential expression of the 252 bacteriocyte enriched genes (relative to the midgut) in the whole gut tissue of aposymbiotic flies (x-axis) and trypanosome infected flies (y-axis). Data point sizes represent the expression level (Log2 of counts per million (CPM) values) in the bacteriome-specific transcriptome. Transcripts were categorized as significantly up- or down-regulated if they were scored as differentially expressed by edgeR analysis with a P-value of less than 0.05 and a false discovery rate (FDR) score of less than 0.05 (see also Table S6 for detailed annotations).