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Table 4 GO terms found to be enriched among downregulated genes under mimetic conditions

From: Transcriptomics of Haemophilus (Glässerella) parasuis serovar 5 subjected to culture conditions partially mimetic to natural infection for the search of new vaccine antigens

GO term GO domain Number of genes
GO:0008643 carbohydrate transport BP 16
GO:0015980 energy derivation by oxidation of organic compounds BP 17
GO:0055114 oxidation-reduction process BP 21
GO:0009401 phosphoenolpyruvate-dependent sugar phosphotransferase system BP 13
GO:0009401 phosphoenolpyruvate-dependent sugar phosphotransferase system BP 13
GO:0006091 generation of precursor metabolites and energy BP 19
GO:0045333 cellular respiration BP 14
GO:0006099 tricarboxylic acid cycle BP 10
GO:0006099 tricarboxylic acid cycle BP 10
GO:0009060 aerobic respiration BP 10
GO:0044712 single-organism catabolic process BP 17
GO:0044699 single-organism process BP 73
GO:0005975 carbohydrate metabolic process BP 25
GO:0044724 single-organism carbohydrate catabolic process BP 11
GO:0044282 small molecule catabolic process BP 12
GO:0016052 carbohydrate catabolic process BP 11
GO:1901575 organic substance catabolic process BP 18
GO:1901476 carbohydrate transporter activity MF 8
GO:0015144 carbohydrate transmembrane transporter activity MF 8
GO:0044765 single-organism transport BP 23
GO:0009056 catabolic process BP 18
GO:0005996 monosaccharide metabolic process BP 10
GO:1902578 single-organism localization BP 23
GO:0071702 organic substance transport BP 17
GO:0044723 single-organism carbohydrate metabolic process BP 17
GO:0006810 transport BP 26
GO:0019318 hexose metabolic process BP 8
GO:0051179 localization BP 26
GO:0051234 establishment of localization BP 26
GO:0044710 single-organism metabolic process BP 49
GO:0046365 monosaccharide catabolic process BP 5
  1. The number of genes where each GO term was found is indicated. The gene ontology domain (GO domain) to which each GO term belongs is also indicated, BP biological process, MF molecular function