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E-GEOD-50679 - Fine-tuning of the anaerobic response in plants relies on trihelix protein repression of the oxygen sensing machinery
Released on 30 July 2014, last updated on 2 August 2014
This study analyzes transcriptomic data of Arabidopsis thaliana Col-0 and overexpression lines of Hypoxia Response Attenuator (HRA1; At3g10040) with Col-0 background (OE-HRA1). Two independent transgenic lines of OE-HRA1 were considered as biological replicates (OE-HRA1#1 and OE-HRA1#2). Seven-day-old seedlings were treated either with or without hypoxia (low oxygen) stress for 2 hours. This dataset includes CEL files, RMA signal values and MAS5 P/M/A calls from total mRNA populations. Quantitative profiling of cellular mRNAs was accomplished with the Affymetrix ATH1 platform. 8 samples, 2 genotypes (Col-0 and OE-HRA1), 2 conditions (2 h non-stress and 2 h hypoxia stress), 2 independent biological replicate experiments
transcription profiling by array
Julia Bailey-Serres, Seung Cho Lee