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Series GSE12551 Query DataSets for GSE12551
Status Public on Mar 02, 2009
Title Inducible expression of trichome regulators, GL1 and GL3
Organism Arabidopsis thaliana
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The development of trichomes (leaf hairs) from pluripotent epidermal cells in Arabidopsis provides a powerful system to investigate the regulatory motifs involved in plant cell differentiation. Genetic studies have revealed that a bHLH transcription factor, GL3, activates downstream genes required for trichome initiation by interacting with a R2R3-MYB protein, GL1. In order to investigate genome-wide regulatory functions of GL1 and GL3, we performed genome-wide expression analyses using GR inducible systems of GL1 and GL3.
Overall design Transgenic plants carrying pGL1::GL1-GR and pGL3::GL3-GR were treated with mock or Dex for 4 and 24 hours.
Contributor(s) Morohashi K, Davis M, Lamb R, Grotewold E
Citation(s) 19247443
Submission date Aug 26, 2008
Last update date Aug 28, 2018
Contact name Kengo Morohashi
Phone 614-688-4954
Organization name The Ohio State University
Department Molecular Genetics
Lab Erich Grotewold
Street address 1060 Carmack Rd
City Columbus
State/province OH
ZIP/Postal code 43210
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL198 [ATH1-121501] Affymetrix Arabidopsis ATH1 Genome Array
Samples (22)
GSM315453 Arabidopsis pGL1::GL1-GR with mock treatment for 4 hours, sample 1
GSM315454 Arabidopsis pGL1::GL1-GR with mock treatment for 4 hours, sample 2
GSM315455 Arabidopsis pGL1::GL1-GR with mock treatment for 4 hours, sample 3
Affiliated with GSE69995
BioProject PRJNA112619

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