Search "wounding" using search box next to the title logo.
As a result, one Gene Ontology (GO) term "response to wounding" is found.
Click the network link to show coexpressed gene network for the genes with this GO annotation (GO:0009611).
In the page for "response to wounding", coexpressed gene network of representative genes is provided.
These are large 3 groups in addition to 6 small groups in this network. Especially two of which has distinctive functions to response wounding.
- (Upper right) The 6 genes with the red mark are enzymes for biosynthesis of jasmonic acid, which is the phytohormone that has central signaling role for wounding response.
- MYC2 is a transcription factor that regulates jasmonic acid responsive genes.
- (Lower left) The 6 genes with the yellow mark are enzyme for biosynthesis of flavonoid, which is one of major phytoalexins.
To search other genes that function with these groups of genes, check and submit the genes to search, for example the group of genes for jasmonate biosynthesis above (AOS, OPR3, OPCL1, LOX3, AOC3, lipoxgenase). Note that query genes of this search should be coexpressed.
(ref; how to calculate co-expressed gene from multi-gene query
Search result is a list of the most strongly correlated 300 genes from input genes.
Functional putative or unknown genes in addition to many genes known to function for jasmonate biosynthesis are found.