E-GEOD-46912 - Transcriptional profiling of Neurospora crassa cells containing MAK2Q100G allele: Exposure to ATP-analog (1NM-PP1) vs control
Released on 1 June 2013, last updated on 3 May 2014
Neurospora crassa OR74A
To study the consequences of MAK-2 activity modulation during vegetative cell fusion, we took advantage of a previously constructed allele of MAK-2 (MAK-2Q100G) to specifically perturb kinase signaling during germling vegetative cell fusion (inhibition of MAK-2Q100G activity by addition of the ATP analog 1NM-PP1 results in a phenotype indistinguishable from mak-2 deletion strains). Whole genome microarrays of mak-2Q100G cells following 20 min 1NM-PP1 treatment were performed. Two-condition experiment, Neurospora crassa cells containing MAK2Q100G allele treated with 1NM-PP1 inhibitor vs untreated control. Cy3 and Cy5 dye swaps were performed.
transcription profiling by array
Abby Leeder <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Abigail C Leeder, Jingyi Li, Monika Fisher, N L Glass, Wilfried Jonkers