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Table 2 Number of Xenopus proteins in each biological process category that are up regulated (U) or down regulated (D) on all dpa or 3 of 4 dpa, and U/D ratios

From: Proteomic analysis of fibroblastema formation in regenerating hind limbs of Xenopus laevis froglets and comparison to axolotl

Biological process Total
Category Proteins U D U/D
Signaling 93 49 (52.7) 31 (33.3) 1.6
Transport 67 30 (46.6) 32 (50.0) 0.9
 VT 44 20 (45.5) 24 (54.5) 0.8
 NVT 23 10 (43.5) 8 (34.8) 1.3
Transcription 104 51 (49.0) 36 (34.6) 1.4
Chromatin associated 24 13 (54.2) 7 (29.2) 1.9
 Transcription factors 41 19 (46.3) 16 (39.0) 1.2
 RNA processing 39 19 (48.7) 13 (33.3) 1.5
Translation 78 48 (62.8) 15 (20.6) 3.1
 Ribosomal proteins 55 34 (61.8) 10 (18.2) 3.4
 Translation factors 23 15 (60.9) 5 (21.7) 3.0
Cytoskeleton 104 40 (38.5) 41 (39.4) 0.9
 Muscle 28 3 (10.7) 23 (82.1) 0.1
 Non-Muscle 76 37 (53.0) 18 (21.0) 2.1
Extracellular matrix 41 25 (61.0) 4 (9.8) 6.3
Metabolism 135 39 (37.1) 68 (50.3) 0.7
 Carbohydrate 72 16 (22.2) 39 (54.2 0.4
 Non-Carbohydrate 63 23 (36.5) 29 (44.4) 0.8
Cell Protection 80 39 (48.70) 21 (26.3) 1.9
Inflamm-Related 38 16 (42.1) 11 (28.9) 1.5
 Apoptosis-Related 10 5 (50.0) 5 (50.0) 1.0
 Chaperones 32 18 (56.3) 5 (15.6) 3.6
Degradation 64 27 (42.2) 21 (32.8) 1.3
 Ubiquit/Proteasome 29 11 (37.9) 10 (34.4) 1.1
 Other 35 16 (45.7) 11 (31.4) 1.5
Cell cycle 54 21 (38.9) 18 (33.3) 1.2
 G1/S 15 6 (40.0) 7 (46.7) 0.9
 M 18 8 (44.4) 6 (33.4) 1.3
 Other 21 7 (33.3) 5 (23.8) 1.4
Total   369 287 1.3
  1. Numbers in parentheses indicate percentages of the total proteins up or down regulated. VT = vesicle-associated transport and NVT non-vesicle-associated transport.