Table 5. Enrichment of the biological process categories from Gene Ontology (GO)
Pair IDMotif or motif pairGO biological processTotal no. of genes with the termTotal no. of target genes with the termEnrichmentP‐value
HNF‐1Regulation of blood pressure28315.20.001
Regulation of body fluids7947.20.002
Response to pathogenic bacteria13221.80.004
Cytolysis14220.20.004
Blood coagulation6436.60.01
Hemostasis6936.20.01
P1TGACCTTTG*HNF‐1Hexose metabolism9854.70.004
Monosaccharide metabolism10154.60.005
Muscle development10554.40.006
Inflammatory response15363.60.006
Fructose metabolism13214.10.008
Energy derivation by oxidation of organic compounds11853.90.009
Main pathways of carbohydrate metabolism7644.80.009
P3ARP‐1*ATGGAAAGALipid transport5746.70.003
Lipoprotein metabolism3139.20.004
Inflammatory response15363.70.005
Glycosphingolipid metabolism15212.60.01
Response to wounding23572.80.01
P2TGACCTTTG*ACCCTAGACCResponse to external stimulus556481.70.0003
Response to pest, pathogen or parasite385351.80.0008
Response to wounding235242.00.001
  • Significant GO terms with P⩽0.01 (q⩽0.15; Storey and Tibshirani, 2003) are reported here. Enrichment (column 6) quantifies how enriched a given category is with the target genes (Zeeberg et al, 2003). P‐value was calculated using a hypergeometric distribution (see Materials and methods). Parent terms with higher P‐values than their child terms are not reported in this table. Terms with exactly one gene in the total and target gene sets are also not reported. Some of the P‐values are close to the cutoff possibly because the terms are quite broad.