E-TABM-291 - Transcription profiling of yeast temperature-sensitive abf1-1 cells when grown at the restrictive temperature of 37oC as compared to wild-type cells grown under same conditions
Released on 18 March 2008, last updated on 2 May 2014
The aim of this study is to define the groups of genes which are de-regulated in temperature-sensitive abf1-1 cells when grown at the restricitve temperature of 37 degrees C as compared to wild-type cells grown under same conditions. Control samples also include RNA extracted from mutant and wild-type cells grown at the permissive temperature of 25°C. Furthermore, de-regulation was measured not only under mitotic growth conditions (YPD and YPA) but also at two time-points during sporulation (at 6h and 10h).
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, growth condition, individual genetic characteristics, time series
James M. Moore <email@example.com>, Ulrich Schlecht
Genome-wide Expression Profiling, In Vivo DNA Binding Analysis, and Probabilistic Motif Prediction Reveal Novel Abf1 Target Genes during Fermentation, Respiration, and Sporulation in Yeast. Schlecht, Ulrich; Erb, Ionas; Demougin, Philippe; Robine, Nicolas; Borde, Valerie; Nimwegen, Erik van; Nicolas, Alain; Primig, Michael.