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Series GSE72160 Query DataSets for GSE72160
Status Public on Dec 31, 2016
Title Small RNAs in rice cultivar Kasalath (Oryza sativa L.) induced by high temperatures during germination
Organism Oryza sativa
Experiment type Non-coding RNA profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary The impact of global warming on weather patterns raises concerns for agriculture management. Using NGS technologies, we identified the miRNA profile that is expressed in rice cultivar grown at two different temperatures. We observed 118 and 100 miRNAs uniquely expressed at 35°C and 25°C respectively. Potential targets of these miRNAs have been identified. An interesting example, would be mir1863b which targets Os07g46670.3; a homologue of the ERD15 gene in Arabidopsis which is involved in dehydration stress response.
Overall design miRNA profiles were generated using the Illumina Miseq sequencer for rice cultivar biological triplicate samples grown under temperature conditions of 35°C and 25°C respectively.
Contributor(s) Gan HY, Ragu ME, Rahman S
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Submission date Aug 18, 2015
Last update date May 15, 2019
Contact name Huan You Gan
Organization name Monash University Malaysia
Street address Jalan Lagoon Selatan
City Bandar Sunway
State/province Selangor
ZIP/Postal code 47500
Country Malaysia
Platforms (1)
GPL20819 Illumina MiSeq (Oryza sativa)
Samples (6)
GSM1856363 normal_replicate_1
GSM1856364 normal_replicate_2
GSM1856365 normal_replicate_3
BioProject PRJNA293218
SRA SRP062559

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