E-MEXP-1092 - Transcription profiling of Medicago truncatula cell suspension treated with yeast elicitor or methyl jasminate for 2 or 24 hrs to compare early and late responses
Submitted on 26 April 2007, released on 15 May 2007, last updated on 2 May 2014
Cell suspensions were treated with yeast elicitor (pathogen) or methyl jasmonate (wounding signal) and harvested at 2 and 24 hour time points in order to compare the transcriptomics between them in early and late response.
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, in vitro, pathogenicity, time series
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