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Gene transcription profiling of Physcomitrella patens ΔPpcmt and ΔPpmet deletion mutants compared to wild type.

ABSTRACT: 7 days old protonema of Physcomitrella patens Wildtype and two transgenic lines, ΔPpcmt line 281 (Noy-Malka et al. 2014; IMSC accession 40738) and ΔPpmet line 5 (Yaari et al. 2015; IMSC accession 40758) grown on BCDAT solid medium.

ORGANISM(S): Physcomitrella patens  

SUBMITTER: Aviva Katz   Gertrud Wiedemann  

PROVIDER: E-MTAB-3431 | ArrayExpress | 2015-05-09


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A single CMT methyltransferase homolog is involved in CHG DNA methylation and development of Physcomitrella patens.

Noy-Malka Chen C   Yaari Rafael R   Itzhaki Rachel R   Mosquna Assaf A   Auerbach Gershovitz Nitzan N   Katz Aviva A   Ohad Nir N  

Plant molecular biology 20131227 6

C-5 DNA methylation is an essential mechanism controlling gene expression and developmental programs in a variety of organisms. Though the role of DNA methylation has been intensively studied in mammals and Arabidopsis, little is known about the evolution of this mechanism. The chromomethylase (CMT) methyltransferase family is unique to plants and was found to be involved in DNA methylation in Arabidopsis, maize and tobacco. The moss Physcomitrella patens, a model for early terrestrial plants, h  ...[more]

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