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Network interactions with functional roles and evolutionary relationships for BURP domain-containing proteins in chickpea and model species



Khela Ram Soren1*#, Sandhya Tripathi1*#, Maloti Hembram3, Neeraj Kumar2, Aravind K Konda1, NC Gupta4, Chellapilla Bharadwaj2 & Girish Prasad Dixit1



1ICAR-Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur, India; 2ICAR-Division of genetics, IARI, New Delhi, India; 3University of Delhi, New Delhi, India; 4National Institute of Plant Biotechnology, New Delhi, India;



KR Soren E-mail: sorenars@gmail.com

Sandhya Tripathi E-mail: tptsandhya1013@gmail.com

Maloti Hembram E-mail: malotihembram@gmail.com

Neeraj Kumar E-mail: neeraj0490@gmail.com

Aravind K Konda E-mail: aravindbio@gmail.com

NC Gupta E-mail: navinbtc@gmail.com

Chellapilla Bharadwaj E-mail: drchbharadwaj@gmail.com

GP Dixit E-mail: gpdixit1966@gmail.com


Article Type

Research Article



Received December 1, 2023; Revised December 31, 2023; Accepted December 31, 2023, Published December 31, 2023



The functional significance and evolutionary relationships of BURP domain-containing genes unique to plants is of interest. Network analysis reveals different associations of BURP proteins with other proteins and functional terms, throwing light on their involvement in various biological processes and pathways. The gene expression data reveals that BURP genes are affected by salinity stress, reflecting diverse expression patterns in roots and shoots.



Network interaction, BURPs, STRING database, Cicer arietinum, salinity stress



Soren et al. Bioinformation 19(12): 1197-1211 (2023)


Edited by

P Kangueane






Biomedical Informatics



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