Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2019 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

PIM1, CYP1B1, and HSPA2 Targeted by Quercetin Play Important Roles in Osteoarthritis Treatment by Achyranthes bidentata

Figure 3

The enrichment analysis of 26 key target protein of quercetin. (a) The bubble map of enriched pathways. The vertical axis was the name of the pathway, the horizontal axis was the number of enriched genes, and the dot size was the ratio of the number of enriched genes to the total number of uploaded genes. The redder the dot color, the more significant the P values. (b), (c) Go function enrichment analysis. The vertical axis presented the names of the GO items; the abscissa represented the percentage of the enriched genes. (d) ClueGO Functional Network Diagram. The dots with red labels were target proteins and circles were the GO functions. The larger the P value, the larger the circle. The lines between two points represented the correlation between functions, and the larger the kappa coefficient, the thicker the line.

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