Osmotic stress tolerance in Thellungiella halophila
ABSTRACT: Suitability of CATMA for the analysis of the transcriptome of Thellungiella halophila - flower/leaf transcriptomic comparison in Arabidopsis and Thellungiella. adt09-01_thellungiella - thelungiella 2 dye-swap - CATMA arrays
SUBMITTER: Jean-Pierre P Renou Arnould- SavoureSoubigou-Taconnat LudivineLudivine TaconnatMarie-Laure L Martin-Magniette
Project description:gnp06-03_microtrac Endogenous hairpins-ir71 targets What are the genes (including miRNA precursors) that are differentially regulated in a set of viral siRNA in diferent mutants? Lines IR71 KO n°3 and Col-0 were grown on soil until bolting, Flower buds were then harvested and RNA extracted with Qiagen RNeasy Plant mini kit. RNA was stored at -20°C. 3 dye-swap - gene knock out
Project description:ra07-05_myb82 - functional characterization of vvmyb82 - Functional characterization of the transcription factor VvMYB82 which is a regulator of the different phenolic compound biosynthesis. - To compare wt with a surexpressor of VvMYB82 (Line A311 = 35s::VvMYB) and wt with a loss of function mutant AtMYB82 2 dye-swap - wt vs mutant comparison
Project description:gnp_blan06_torpten - overexpression of pten2a - The impact of the TOR pathway on growth and stress responses. - Comparaison control versus overexpressor. The overexpressor has a male phenotype of sterility. 3 dye-swap - gene knock in (transgenic)
Project description:gnp07_regeneome_microdissectionbias - microdissection vs no microdissection - Transcriptome bias induce by protocols used in microdissection - To compare RNA from flowers and RNA from microdissected flowers to know bias induce by microdissection (dissection from all tissues were collected to have a representation of entire flower) 2 dye-swap - treated vs untreated comparison
Project description:rs10-01_rrm - quadruple rrm experience - What is the role of the RRM protein family in plants? Plants were grown on soil in controlled environment under LD (16 h light/8 h dark) and the rosette leaves (8-leaf stage seedlings) were collected for RNA preparation. Keywords: normal vs transgenic comparison 2 dye-swap - CATMA arrays
Project description:ra10-01_laccases; laccase mutations. We demonstrated that laccases are involved in lignin polymerisation. Mutants have already been tested on microarrays and there is few differences compared to wild-type. The laccase mutation seems surgical. We possess a new double mutant, called snips, with a semi-dwarf phenotype, and we want to determine its profile. Each mutant was compared to wild type. All plants were harvested at the same developmental stage in the same growth chamber between 10h30 and 11h. 10 dye-swaps. CATMA arrays.
Project description:ra09-02_tctp - rnai - Identification of effector genes that act downstream of AtTCTP, using knockout ( tctp-2), RNAi expressing line (35S::RNAi-AtTCTP) and over expressing line (35S::AtTCTP) - transcriptome analysis in leaf of 35S::RNAi-AtTCTP versus wild type Keywords: normal vs rnai mutant comparison 2 dye-swap - CATMA arrays
Project description:ra08-03_kim - laccases - Are laccases involved in lignification - all plants were harveted at the same developmental stage in the same growth chamber between 10h30 and 11h. Keywords: wt vs mutant comparison 8 dye-swap - CATMA arrays
Project description:ra09-03_sgs - mutants versus wt - Identification of new genes regulated by SGS1 and SGS6/UBP5 (two genes involved in PTGS) by analysis of the transcriptomes of sgs1 and sgs6 mutants compared to wild-type plants in the shoots of seedlings. The comparison between the transcriptomes of sgs3, chr11, chr17 simple mutants impaired differently in PTGS and development (juvenile-to-adult transition and bolting), and the transcriptomes of the sgs3 chr11, sgs3 chr17 double mutants showed additive effects on development (juvenile-to-adult transition and bolting), which allows a better understanding of the genetic link existing between SGS3 and its potential partners, CHR11 (which interacts with SGS3 in a two-hybrid assay and BiFC) and CHR17, 2 homologous proteins of the SWI/SNF2 family. Transcriptome comparison between mutants and wild-type plants L1 in the shoots of seedlings. 14 dye-swaps - gene knock-in (transgenic).
Project description:rs08-03_glutathion - glutathion - How does glutathione content or reduction state affect H2O2-induced changes in the transcriptome? - Three single Arabidopsis mutants were used: cat2, knockout for catalase2 and so enriched in H2O2; cad2, defective in glutathione content; cytGR, knockout for cytosolic glutathione reductase. Cat2 was crossed with cad2 and cyt GR, and col0, 3 single mutants, and 2 double mutants were sampled in controlled growth conditions either in 8h or 16h photoperiod. Keywords: gene knock out 20 dye-swap pairs - CATMA arrays: 40 arrays