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Table 3 Significant biological terms in each comparison between typical AP vs. control, atypical AP vs. control, and typical AP vs. atypical AP.

From: Effects of typical and atypical antipsychotic drugs on gene expression profiles in the liver of schizophrenia subjects

Comparison Category Term Count % P-Value
Typical vs. Ctrl SP_PIR_KEYWORDS Nuclear protein 70 21% 3.75E-07
Typical vs. Ctrl GOTERM_BP_ALL Response to stress 39 12% 4.49E-06
Typical vs. Ctrl SP_PIR_KEYWORDS Phosphorylation 46 14% 1.13E-05
Typical vs. Ctrl INTERPRO_NAME Basic-leucine zipper (bZIP) transcription factor 8 2% 1.46E-05
Typical vs. Ctrl GOTERM_MF_ALL Protein binding 97 29% 1.56E-05
Atypical vs. Ctrl SP_PIR_KEYWORDS ER-golgi transport 6 11% 6.19E-08
Atypical vs. Ctrl GOTERM_CC_ALL Cytoplasm 26 46% 7.84E-08
Atypical vs. Ctrl GOTERM_BP_ALL ER to Golgi vesicle-mediated transport 6 11% 2.86E-07
Atypical vs. Ctrl SP_PIR_KEYWORDS Endoplasmic reticulum 9 16% 1.96E-06
Atypical vs. Ctrl GOTERM_BP_ALL Golgi vesicle transport 6 11% 2.12E-06
Typical vs. Atypical GOTERM_BP_ALL Cellular lipid metabolism 13 10% 9.59E-05
Typical vs. Atypical GOTERM_BP_ALL Lipid biosynthesis 9 7% 1.14E-04
Typical vs. Atypical GOTERM_BP_ALL Lipid metabolism 14 10% 2.34E-04
Typical vs. Atypical GOTERM_CC_ALL Intracellular membrane-bound organelle 54 40% 3.03E-04
Typical vs. Atypical GOTERM_CC_ALL Mitochondrion 14 10% 3.66E-04
  1. A set of significant genes (FC>1.3 and p < 0.001) in each comparison was used in the DAVID functional annotation analyses.