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FIGURE 5. Venn diagrams comparing genes that were found to confer resistance to SO2, propionic and acetic acids (left panel) and the set of genes up-regulated by SO2 with those responding to acetic or propionic acids (right panel). Genes with asterisk corresponds to the MDR (multidrug resistance) genes and underlined genes represents the identified SO2-resistance genes with those that were found to be transcriptionally activated in response to this chemical.

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