Transcriptomics

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Transcriptional response of Candida dubliniensis during hypha formation and environmental change


ABSTRACT: Transcriptional response of Candida dubliniensis during hypha formation and environmental change (temperature, pH, density and nutrients). Transcript profiling of C. dubliniensis identified a core shared transcriptional response with C. albicans during hypha formation and growth at alkaline pH. However, C. albicans expresses several unique hypha-specific genes, including ALS3, HYR1 and SAP4 and 5. Transcript profiling also revealed a novel role for NRG1 in regulating ferric reductases in C. dubliniensis. Overall design: 8 experimental parameters were analysed, each carried out in quadruplicate. Dye-swaps were performed.

INSTRUMENT(S): Agilent Candida dubliniensis 12K V.2

ORGANISM(S): Candida dubliniensis  

SUBMITTER: Gary P. Moran  

PROVIDER: GSE20537 | GEO | 2010-02-27

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): PRJNA125157

REPOSITORIES: GEO

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