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Table 1 Overlap of significantly regulated genes between the T3-induced and spontaneous metamorphosis microarrays

From: Studies on Xenopus laevisintestine reveal biological pathways underlying vertebrate gut adaptation from embryo to adult

  Overlap for up-regulated genes Overlap for down-regulated genes
  Day 1 T3 Day 3 T3 Day 6 T3 Day 1 T3 Day 3 T3 Day 6 T3
Stage 58 36 (5.7%/8.3%) 133 (20.9%/10%) 210 (33%/8.8%) 32 (9.3%/6.3%) 95 (27.7%/6.2%) 102 (29.8%/5.9%)
Stage 61 110 (3.6%/25.5%) 489 (16.2%/36.7%) 898 (29.7%/37.8%) 93 (5.1%/18.2%) 398 (21.6%/25.9%) 532 (28.9%/30.5%)
Stage 66 63 (4.6%/14.6%) 231 (16.9%/17.3%) 417 (17.6%/17.6%) 46 (7.8%/9%) 14 (24.6%/9.5%) 13 (23.3%/7.9%)
  1. The number of genes common between those regulated at a developmental stage and those after a particular T3 treatment is shown in italics. The percentages of those commonly regulated genes are given in parentheses after correcting for genes present in both microarray platforms used in the two studies, with the first percentage representing the commonly regulated genes as a percentage of the genes regulated at a developmental stage and the second representing the commonly regulated genes as a percentage of the genes regulated after a T3 treatment.