Transcriptomics

Dataset Information

0

Assessing global transcriptomic changes in response to South African cassava mosaic virus [ZA-99] infection in susceptible Arabidopsis thaliana


ABSTRACT: In susceptible plant hosts, co-evolution has favoured viral strategies to evade host defenses and utilize resources to their own benefit. The degree of manipulation of host gene expression is dependent on host-virus specificity and certain abiotic factors. In order to gain insight into global transcriptomic changes for a geminivirus pathosystem, South African cassava mosaic virus [ZA:99] (SACMV-ZA:99]) and Arabidopsis thaliana, 4 x 44K Agilent microarrays were adopted. After normalization, a 2-fold change filtering of data (p<0.05) identified 1,820 differentially expressed genes in apical leaf tissue. A significant increase in differential gene expression over time (451 genes at 14 dpi, 742 genes at 24 dpi, and 1011 genes at 36 dpi) was observed. This increase in expression, correlated with an increase in SACMV accumulation as virus copies were 5-fold higher at 24 dpi and 6-fold higher at 36 dpi than at 14 dpi (1.1x104 virus copies present at 14 dpi, 5.7x104 copies at 24 dpi, and 6.3x104 copies at 36 dpi). Many 2-fold genes were primarily involved in stress and defense responses, phytohormone signalling pathways, cellular transport, cell-cycle regulation, transcription, oxidation-reduction, and other metabolic processes. Forty-one genes (2.3%) were shown to be continuously expressed across the infection period, indicating that the majority of genes were transient and unique to a particular time point. Plant signalling networks were disrupted and manipulated by SACMV-[ZA:99] in order to affect homeostasis and antagonize host’s defense responses. At the same time, an adaptive response was initiated to reprogramme metabolism and divert energy from growth-related processes to defense, all leading to disruption of normal biological host processes. Comparisons between SACMV-[ZA:99] with plant-infecting RNA and DNA viruses revealed similarities and differences in expression patterns among viruses, showing either general defense or virus-specific responses. Within the Geminiviridae family in particular, similarities in cell-cycle regulation and gene expression patterns correlated between SACMV-[ZA:99] and Cabbage leaf curl virus (CaLCuV) but differences were also evident. For instance, CaLCuV showed antagonistic interactions between Salicyclic Acid (SA) and Jasmonic Acid (JA) pathways, whereas SACMV displayed synergism. Differences in gene induction, repression and outcome between the two geminiviruses clearly demonstrated host-specific interactions with SACMV-[ZA:99] leading to infection. To our knowledge this is the first geminivirus study identifying differentially expressed transcripts across 3 time points A three time-point (14, 24, and 36 dpi) study was carried out to identify differentially expressed genes in SACMV-[ZA:99] infected Arabidopsis leaf cells using a direct comparison design against mock-inoculated controls. Three biological replicates and 1 technical replicate for both SACMV-[ZA:99]-infected and mock-inoculated controls were conducted at each time point.

ORGANISM(S): Arabidopsis thaliana  

SUBMITTER: Chrissie Rey   Erica Pierce  M E Rey 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-43282 | ArrayExpress | 2013-01-07

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE43282PRJNA185407

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

Similar Datasets

| GSE73586 | GEO
2008-12-09 | GSE9606 | GEO
2010-05-15 | E-GEOD-9606 | ArrayExpress
2014-04-03 | BIOMD0000000529 | BioModels
| GSE75016 | GEO
2011-10-02 | E-GEOD-30111 | ArrayExpress
2014-04-03 | BIOMD0000000528 | BioModels
| PRJNA297369 | ENA
2012-05-13 | E-GEOD-37829 | ArrayExpress
2010-03-10 | E-GEOD-20630 | ArrayExpress