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E-GEOD-19603 - Transcription profiling by array of Arabidopsis msh1 recA3 double mutants under heat stress
Released on 12 April 2010, last updated on 18 November 2015
In Arabidposis thaliana, the msh1 recA3 double mutant shows an extensive mitochondrial genome rearrangement and displays pronounced thermotolerance. We use microarray analysis to characterize genes and their response in the double mutant to a heat shock experiment in which plants were exposed to a temperature of 37 C for 2 hours. Wild type and double mutant plant were exposed to a temperature of 37 C for 2 hours and RNA samples were collected for the wild type and the double mutant before and after the heat shock.
transcription profiling by array, genetic modification design
Jaime Davila <email@example.com>, Vikas Shedge
Extensive rearrangement of the Arabidopsis mitochondrial genome elicits cellular conditions for thermotolerance. Shedge V, Davila J, Arrieta-Montiel MP, Mohammed S, Mackenzie SA. , PMID:20139171