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Series GSE10023 Query DataSets for GSE10023
Status Public on Mar 01, 2008
Title Maize gene expression during infection with Ustilago maydis
Organism Zea mays
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The fungal pathogen Ustilago maydis establishes a biotrophic relationship with its host plant maize. Hallmarks of the disease are large plant tumors in which fungal proliferation occurs. Plants have developed various defense pathways to cope with pathogens. We used microarrays to detail the global programme of gene expression during the infection process of Ustilago maydis in its host plant to get insights into the defense programs and the metabolic reprogramming needed to supply the fungus with nutrients.
Keywords: time course
Overall design In three independent experiments plants were infected with the solopathogenic U. maydis strain SG200. Samples from infected leaves were taken at 12 and 24 hours post infection, as well as 2, 4 and 8 days post infection. Samples from uninfected control plants were taken at the same time points.
Contributor(s) Kaemper J, Wahl R, Doehlemann G
Citation(s) 19923237
Submission date Dec 26, 2007
Last update date Jun 28, 2013
Contact name Jörg Thomas Kämper
Phone +49 721 608 5670
Organization name Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Department Department for Applied Biosciences
Street address Hertzstrasse 16, Geb. 06.40
City Karlsruhe
ZIP/Postal code 76187
Country Germany
Platforms (1)
GPL4032 [Maize] Affymetrix Maize Genome Array
Samples (39)
GSM253244 ZM_12h_Mock_3inf_I
GSM253245 ZM_12h_Mock_3inf_II
GSM253246 ZM_12h_Mock_3inf_III
BioProject PRJNA108217

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