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Series GSE8556 Query DataSets for GSE8556
Status Public on Jul 01, 2008
Title della-regulation of salt stress responses-DELLAs contribute to salt stress responses
Organism Arabidopsis thaliana
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary rs06-07_della - della-regulation of salt stress responses - Identification of DELLA-dependent dowtream targets in response to salt stress - Aim was to determine downstream target of DELLA proteins involved in salt stress tolerance. Wt, ga1-3, penta seeds were sterilized, sown on MS agar plates then put for stratification for 3 days at 4degreeC. Plates were placed in growth cabinet for 9 days. Seedlings were transferred to 24 well-plates, with 2 seedlings per well (0.5 ml MS liquid per well). Plates were placed in the same condition for 3 days. Finally, NaCl were added (final concentration 200 mM), except for the control. The salt treatment was applied for 30 min and 1h. Treatment was stopped by freezing in liquid nitrogen.
Keywords: dose response,gene knock out,time course
Overall design 12 dye-swap - CATMA arrays
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Contributor(s) Renou JP, Genschik P, Berthome R, Martin-Magniette ML
Citation(s) 18450450
Submission date Jul 23, 2007
Last update date Mar 17, 2012
Contact name VĂ©ronique BRUNAUD
Organization name INRA - CNRS - UPSUD
Lab IPS2
Street address rue Noetzlin
City Gif-sur-Yvette
ZIP/Postal code 91190
Country France
Platforms (1)
GPL5337 URGV Arabidopsis thaliana 25K CATMA_v2.1
Samples (24)
GSM212580 13419826 - WT2 vs penta_2
GSM212581 13415204 - penta_2 vs WT2
GSM212582 13415205 - WT2 30min salt vs ga1-3_2 30min salt
BioProject PRJNA101699

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GSE8556_RAW.tar 44.6 Mb (http)(custom) TAR (of GPR)
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