Transcriptomics

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AtOFP1 regulated genes


ABSTRACT: 35S::AtOFP1-GR seeds were directly sown on MS/G plates without or with 10 uM DEX and stratified at 4C in dark for 2 days. Imbibed seeds were then transferred to growth conditions (23°C with 14/10 hr photoperiod at approximately 120 umol m-2 s-1) and grown for 7d.

ORGANISM(S): Arabidopsis thaliana  

SUBMITTER: Shucai Wang  

PROVIDER: E-MEXP-3222 | ArrayExpress | 2012-05-01

REPOSITORIES: ArrayExpress

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Arabidopsis ovate family proteins, a novel transcriptional repressor family, control multiple aspects of plant growth and development.

Wang Shucai S   Chang Ying Y   Guo Jianjun J   Zeng Qingning Q   Ellis Brian E BE   Chen Jin-Gui JG  

PloS one 20110823 8


BACKGROUND: The Arabidopsis genome contains 18 genes that are predicted to encode Ovate Family Proteins (AtOFPs), a protein family characterized by a conserved OVATE domain, an approximately 70-amino acid domain that was originally found in tomato OVATE protein. Among AtOFP family members, AtOFP1 has been shown to suppress cell elongation, in part, by suppressing the expression of AtGA20ox1, AtOFP4 has been shown to regulate secondary cell wall formation by interact with KNOTTED1-LIKE HOMEODOMAI  ...[more]

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