An integrated model of stress-dependent gene expression in yeast
ABSTRACT: Microarray timecourses followed the gene expression response of Saccharomyces cereviciae to osmotic shock, over 4 hours. Data was compared to timecourses of quantitative proteomic data to understand the dynamic relationship between RNA and protein The dynamic genomic expression response to osmotic shock (0.7M NaCl) was measured in Saccharomyces cereviciae, over the course of 4 hours in biological triplicate. Six timepoints were taken for each time course, for a total of 18 tiled-genomic Nimblegen arrays against the S288c yeast genome.
The transcriptome and proteome change dynamically as cells respond to environmental stress; however, prior proteomic studies reported poor correlation between mRNA and protein, rendering their relationships unclear. To address this, we combined high mass accuracy mass spectrometry with isobaric tagging to quantify dynamic changes in ~2500 Saccharomyces cerevisiae proteins, in biological triplicate and with paired mRNA samples, as cells acclimated to high osmolarity. Surprisingly, while transcrip ...[more]
Project description:Microarray time courses followed the response of 5 yeast strains to heat shock. Expression variation due to genetic, environmental, and genotype-by-environment interactions were identified. Keywords: Timecourse and single timepoint expression studies of stress response in yeast The genomic expression response to heat shock was measured in 5 different yeast strains over the course of 2 hours. Basal expression at 25C was also compared in 4 non-lab strains to the S288c refernce. All experiments were done in duplicate, for a total of 68 Samples.
Project description:Gene expression variation was measured in 17 non-laboratory strains compared to the sequenced S288c lab strain Keywords: Gene expression comparisons in different yeast strains Each strain was grown in at least biological triplicate to log phase in rich (YPD) medium. Extracted total RNA was compared to that collected from the diploid S288C strain, DBY8268 (ura3-52/ura3-delta, ho/ho, GAL2/GAL2)
Project description:An S288c-derived lab strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae has lower ethanol resistance than either the vineyard strain M22 or the oak strain YPS163. We performed a 60 minute time-course experiment in the presence of 5% ethanol and compared the transcriptional response to ethanol between strains. We additionally analyzed the time-point of maximal response (30 min.) in wild type cells, YPS163 msn2D, and YPS163 hap1D cells. The genomic expression response to 5% ethanol stress was measured in 3 different strain backgrounds, and 2 different mutant backgrounds. Basal gene expression was also compared in two non-lab strains to the S288c reference. A single replicate was performed for the time-course experiment. All of the single time-point experiments were performed using biological triplicates.
Project description:BY4741 (S288c haploid) cells have different gene expression in response to 0.4mM H2O2 when pretreated with 0.7M NaCl compared to cells that are not pretreated with NaCl (mock cells). BY4741 cells were grown in log phase for 3 doublings (t0) and then the genomic expression of mock cells to 0.4mM H2O2 was assessed every 10 mins for 40 mins. To study the effects of NaCl treatement on H2O2 response, BY4741 cells were grown in log phase for 3 doublings (t0) and then the genomic expression of cells was measured in response to 0.7M NaCl over the course of 60 min every 15 mins. The cells were then removed from stress and grown in stress free media for four hours (T240). Then these cells were exposed to 0.4mM H2O2 and the genomic expression was measured every 10 minutes during the H2O2 timecourse of 40 minutes. To see if the handling of cells had an affect on gene expression, BY4741 cells were grown for exponentially for 3 doublings (t0), received a mock YPD treatment for 60 mins, grown for 4 hours (T240) and then collected to asses genomic expression. Duplicates were done for at 30 and 45 minutes for the NaCl timecourse, triplicate were done for 0, 10 and 20 minutes in H2O2 timecourse and duplicates were done for 30 and 40 minutes in the H2O2 timecourse.
Project description:To characterize the role of chromatin remodeling proteins in mediating stress-activated expression changes, whole-genome expression was followed in wild-type and mutant cells (including strains lacking the histone deacetylase Rpd3p, associated Rpd3p proteins, and the transcription factors Msn2p and Msn4p) responding to multiple stresses including heat shock, hydrogen peroxide treatment, and salt stress, as well as stress relief. Keywords: Timecourse and single timepoint expression studies of stress response in yeast Gene expression was done in duplicate for timecourses of stress response and in at least triplicate for single timepoint measurements. A total of 109 microarrays were done.
Project description:Numerous factors have been implicated in regulating gene expression changes, including changes to nucleosome occupancy. Here we followed dynamic changes to nucleosome occupancy, gene expression and DNA binding of the transcription factor Msn2p genome-wide in yeast cells responding to hydrogen peroxide and reveal new relationships between regulators of stress-dependent gene expression in yeast. Gene expression was measured in response to 0.4mM H2O2 in the S288c derivative BY4741 in wild-type cells and cells lacking MSN2 and MSN4. A single replicate of a time course spanning from 4 to 60 minutes after treatment in each cell type. An additional 3 repliactes were collected from cells 30 minutes after treatment.
Project description:This SuperSeries is composed of the following subset Series: GSE10267: Variations in stress sensitivity and genomic expression in diverse S. cerevisiae strains (CGH) GSE10268: Variations in stress sensitivity and genomic expression in diverse S. cerevisiae strains (gene expression) Keywords: SuperSeries Refer to individual Series
Project description:Gene expression variation was measured in 17 non-laboratory strains compared to the sequenced S288c lab strain Keywords: comparative genomic hybridizations (CGH) comparing different yeast strains Each strain was grown in at least biological triplicate to log phase in rich (YPD) medium. Extracted total RNA was compared to that collected from the diploid S288C strain, DBY8268 (ura3-52/ura3-delta, ho/ho, GAL2/GAL2)
Project description:A series of experiments comparing the gene expression response before and after 30 min 0.7M NaCl exposure in WT and mutant yeast strains. Mutant strains were identified as having a defect in acquiring resistance to H2O2 following mild NaCl pretreatment. The mutants in this study were taken from the Yeast Knock-Out Collection, mat a. Unstressed cells vs cells exposed to 0.7M NaCl for 30 min; 5 replicates for WT, 3 replicates for hog1∆, msn2∆, mck1∆, pde2∆, rim101∆, and 2 replicates for the remaining mutants.
Project description:This SuperSeries is composed of the following subset Series: GSE30897: Nucleosome occupancy in yeast BY4741and a strain lacking MSN2 and MSN4 responding to 20 min treatment with 0.4mM H2O2 GSE30898: Msn2p occupancy dynamics in yeast BY4741 responding to 0.4mM H2O2 over time (0-60 min) GSE30899: Gene expression dynamics in yeast BY4741 and a strain lacking MSN2 and MSN4 responding to 0.4mM H2O2 over time (0-60min) GSE30900: Nucleosome occupancy dynamics in yeast BY4741 responding to 0.4mM H2O2 over time (0-60 min) Refer to individual Series