Cardiac and Skeletal Muscle Transcriptome Response to Heat Stress in Kenyan Chicken Ecotypes Adapted to Low and High Altitudes Reveal Differences in Thermal Tolerance and Stress Response

Krishnamoorthy Srikanth, Himansu Kumar, Woncheoul Park, Mijeong Byun, Dajeong Lim, Steve Kemp, Marinus F.W. te Pas, Jun Mo Kim, Jong Eun Park*

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Abstract

In the original article, there was a mistake in Supplementary Table 1 and Supplementary Table 2. The expression values given for PDK4 in Supplementary Table 1, ALL_M, CLL_M, AHL_M, CHL_M contrasts were -3.90808, 2.10011, -4.12057, and -4.12057 the correct values are -4.1009, 2.07292, -4.63904, and 3.05659 same value should appear at the “Max_expression_level” column in HL_node_table in Supplementary Table 2. Similarly the expression values of MT4 given in Supplementary Table 1 for ALL_H, CLL_H, AHL_H, and CHL_H are -1.20147, 1.485881, -1.19557, and 1.0025, the correct values are -3.1675, -1.82983, -1.35669, and -1.84142. To reflect this change, columns “Max_expression_level,” “Max_Tissue,” and “Up/Down” on Supplementary Table 2, “LL_node_table” tab is corrected. The authors apologize for this error and state that this does not change the scientific conclusions of the article in any way. The original article has been updated.

Original languageEnglish
Article number197
JournalFrontiers in Genetics
Volume11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Mar 2020

Keywords

  • heat stress
  • hub genes
  • MAPK signaling
  • p53 signaling
  • PPAR signaling
  • RNA-Seq

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    Cardiac and Skeletal Muscle Transcriptome Response to Heat Stress in Kenyan Chicken Ecotypes Adapted to Low and High Altitudes Reveal Differences in Thermal Tolerance and Stress Response

    Srikanth, K., Kumar, H., Park, W., Byun, M., Lim, D., Kemp, S., te Pas, M. F. W., Kim, J. M. & Park, J. E., 11 Oct 2019, In : Frontiers in Genetics. 10, 993.

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