E-GEOD-4275 - Global Identification of Noncoding RNAs in S. cerevisiae
Submitted on 20 February 2006, released on 28 February 2006, last updated on 27 March 2012
Genome-wide detection of novel non-coding RNAs in S. cerevisiae by modulating an RNase P pathway through the depletion of a component RPP1. Nearly 400,000 36-mer oligonucleotide probes, tiling the entire yeast genome including the mitochondrial chromosome with an average gap of 10 bases between two consecutive probes, were synthesized on glass slides using a mask-less array synthesizer. RNA samples for hybridizing to the arrays were extracted from a conditional lethal allele of S. cerevisiae created by placing the RPP1 gene under control of GAL10 promoter. It allowed the expression of RPP1 in galactose-containing culture medium but suppressed its expression in glucose-containing medium. A wild-type isogenic strain was used as a control. Both strains were initially grown in galactose-containing medium and subsequently transferred and resuspended into glucose-containing medium. Eight arrays were hybridized with RNA extracted from the Rpp1-depleted cells at 0, 4, 7, 12, 16, 21, 30h, and the control cell at 30h, after initial transfer to glucose-containing medium.
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Waraporn Tongprasit <email@example.com>, Chen-shan Chin, Himanshu Sethi, Manoj P Samanta, Viktor Stolc
Global identification of noncoding RNAs in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by modulating an essential RNA processing pathway. Samanta MP, Tongprasit W, Sethi H, Chin CS, Stolc V.