E-MEXP-260 - Transcription profiling of Capsicum fruit ripening process
Submitted on 2 February 2005, released on 1 March 2005, last updated on 2 May 2014
Capsicum annuum, Lycopersicon esculentum
Pepper fruits at four different developmental stages were collected: early fruit [EF; 1 cm long; 7 days after pollination (dap)], mature green fruit (MG; 6-7 cm length; 20 dap), breaking or turning red fruit (BR; fruit are partially red; 35 dap), and red ripe fruit (RR; fully red; 40 dap). Tomato fruits at corresponding developmental stages were also collected: EF (less than 1cm; 7 dap), MG (40 dap), BR (50 dap), and RR (55 dap). For the monitoring of fruit-specific and fruit ripening-related genes, we did array hybridization by using the leaves as a common reference and each corresponding fruit developmental stage sample.
transcription profiling by array, development or differentiation, reference
Sanghyeob Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Cheol-Goo Hur, Doil Choi, Eun-Joo Chung, Sang-Jin Byun, Yoonhee Shin
Expression Analysis of Fruit-related Genes in Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum cv. Micro-tom) and Pepper (Capisicum annuum cv. Bukang) Reveals Conservation Between Climacteric and Non-climacteric Fruit Ripening Processes. Sanghyeob Lee; Eun-Joo Chung; Yoonhee Shin; Sang-Jin Byun; Cheol-Goo Hur; Doil Choi. Eukaryot Cell :EC.00019-10v1 (2010), Europe PMC 20435701