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Table 2 GO Biological processes

From: Salmonella enterica Typhimurium infection causes metabolic changes in chicken muscle involving AMPK, fatty acid and insulin/mTOR signaling

   24 h 96 h 1 week 3 weeks
GO ID Term # Peptides p-value (FDR) # Peptides p-value (FDR) # Peptides p-value (FDR) # Peptides p-value (FDR)
GO:0006112 energy reserve metabolic process 11 1.62E-07 8 3.71E-06   N/S 8 9.87E-06
GO:0008286 insulin receptor signaling pathway 11 2.43E-07 6 3.09E-04   N/S 9 3.49E-05
GO:0019217 regulation of fatty acid metabolic process 8 2.04E-06 4 2.75E-03 2 3.82E-01 8 2.27E-07
GO:0006091 generation of precursor metabolites and energy 13 1.59E-05 10 1.99E-05   N/S 9 8.88E-02
GO:0031325 positive regulation of cellular metabolic process 23 7.10E-04 18 2.11E-05   N/S 21 2.66E-07
GO:0005978 glycogen biosynthetic process 3 3.17E-03 2 3.44E-02 3 3.67E-03   N/A
GO:0016051 carbohydrate biosynthetic process 7 4.06E-04 3 1.62E-01 5 4.62E-03 7 5.64E-05
GO:0046320 regulation of fatty acid oxidation 6 1.32E-05 2 1.67E-01   N/S 7 1.08E-07
  1. Peptides that displayed a statistically significant change (FDR corrected) in phosphorylation state were input into the STRING database for each time point. The top generated GO Biological Process results for each time point are listed, excluding generic results that are inherent to the analysis such as "protein phosphorylation", "enzyme linked receptor protein signaling pathway" and "intracellular signaling transduction". These provide no relevant data for analysis. N/S indicates that the pathway is Non-significant as no peptides were found within the pathway.”