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E-GEOD-40028 - The genomic foundation of heterotrophy to photoautotrophy transition in Oleaginous Chlorella
Released on 2 November 2015, last updated on 24 November 2015
The understanding of molecular events occurring in Chlorella during heterotrophy to photoautotrophy transition as well as sudden light stress and glucose starvation, are still largely unknown. To well grasp its cellular metabolism, particularly the regulation of biosynthesis and degradation pathways of lipid, protein and carbohydrates, as well as the diverse trophic adaptation affecting carbon partitioning during heterotrophy to photoautotrophy transition process, we sequenced the transcriptome (RNA-seq) in six time points to discover how transcriptional changes in C. pyrenoidosa modulate metabolic flux trends leading to intracellular components dynamic reassortment. Three independent biological experiments (biological replicates) were carried out in the same batch. In total, eighteen samples collected at six time points (0-, 24-, 72-h from heterotrophic cells and 2-, 8-, 24-h from phototrophic cells) were used for mRNA-Seq library preparation and then submitted to Solexa GA-IIx (Illumina, USA) for sequencing.
RNA-seq of coding RNA
Jianhua Fan <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jian Xu, Kang Ning, Yuanguang Li
Genomic Foundation of Starch to Lipid Switch in Oleaginous Chlorella. Fan J, Ning K, Zeng X, Luo Y, Wang D, Hu J, Li J, Xu H, Huang J, Wan M, Wang W, Zhang D, Shen G, Run C, Liao J, Fang L, Huang S, Jing X, Su X, Wang A, Bai L, Hu ZM, Xu J, Li Y. , PMID:26486592