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Fig. 3

From: Transcriptome profiling of porcine testis tissue reveals genes related to sperm hyperactive motility

Fig. 3

Boxplot showing the differential expression of DNLZ. The most significant gene in common for the Landrace contrasts (i) high versus low hyperactivity at the day of ejaculation in Landrace and (iii) high versus low change in levels hyperactivity between day 0 and 96 h storage in Landrace was DNLZ. The read counts for the high and low groups of animals in these two contrasts are plotted and box edges represents the upper and lower quartile with the median value shown as a bold line in the middle of the box. Whiskers represent 1.5 times the quartile of the data

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