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Comparison between GT and SigE overexpressed strains of cyanobacteria

ABSTRACT: SigE is a global regulator for sugar catabolism in a unicelluar cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC6803. We constructed SigE-overexpressing strain, named GOX50, by introducing the sigE genes fusing psbAII promoter by homologous recombination. The transcript profiles of parental wild-type strain GT and GOX50 were compared by microarray CyanoChip (Takrara bio.). Experiments were performed by three times with biologically independent RNA. The results showed that genes for the oxidaditive pentose phosphate pathway and glycogen catabolism were induced by SigE overexpression. Total RNAs from three independent wild-type (GT) and three independent SigE-overexpression strains were differently labeled by Cy3 or Cy5, followed by hybridyzation on CyanoChip.

ORGANISM(S): Cyanobacteria  

SUBMITTER: Takashi Osanai   

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-27406 | ArrayExpress | 2011-07-09



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