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The effects of the sfr2, sfr3 and sfr6 mutations on lyotropic stress responses- cold damage-prevention
Dr Gareth Warren, Biological Sciences, Royal Holloway,University of London, United Kingdom
Experiment design (20 hybridizations)
genotype
•Col0 •sfr2 •sfr3 •sfr6
temperature
•COLD •NORMAL •DROUGHT

This experiment submission is a courtesy of the Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre's microarray database (http://ssbdjc2.nottingham.ac.uk/narrays/...[complete overview]

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Experiment Name: The effects of the sfr2, sfr3 and sfr6 mutations on lyotropic stress responses- cold damage-prevention
Accession No: AT19
Microarray: ATH1-121501
Visibility: public
Experiment Type:
Experiment Factor(s):
genotype
•Col0  •sfr2  •sfr3  •sfr6
temperature
•COLD  •NORMAL  •DROUGHT
Quality Control:
Treatment summary:
 genotype  temperature  # replicates
 Col0  COLD  2
 Col0  NORMAL  2
 Col0  DROUGHT  2
 sfr2  COLD  2
 sfr2  NORMAL  2
 sfr3  COLD  2
 sfr3  NORMAL  2
 sfr6  COLD  2
 sfr6  NORMAL  2
 sfr6  DROUGHT  2
Total hybridizations: 20
Description: This experiment submission is a courtesy of the Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre's microarray database (http://ssbdjc2.nottingham.ac.uk/narrays/experimentbrowse.pl).The data was generated from NASC's Affymetrix service and offered for public access at BarleyBase.

If you publish with this data, please reference data from NASC/GARNet:

Craigon DJ., James N., Okyere J., Higgins J., Jotham J., May S.
NASCArrays: A repository for Microarray Data generated by NASC's Transcriptomics Service.
Nucleic Acids Research, (2004). volume 32, Database issue D575-D577.

Following is the original experiment description from NASCArray:
Experiment: The effects of the sfr2, sfr3 and sfr6 mutations on lyotropic stress responses
Submitted to this database: 24/10/2003

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Experiment Description

Our goals are to discover the basis of the stress-sensitive phenotypes of the sfr2, sfr3 and sfr6 mutants, and to distinguish damage-repair from damage-prevention-related transcription in the wild type.

Part I. The effects of sfr2 and sfr3 on cold-induced gene expression will be observed. Since sfr6 causes sensitivity to drought as well as freezing, the effects of sfr6 on the transcriptional response to drought is studied; an observation of cold-induced sfr6 expression is needed for direct comparison to the effect of drought. Unstressed mutants, and equivalently-stressed wild types, are necessary controls. The above experiments are conducted on tissue-culture-grown plants grown under 24 hr illumination for maximum reproducibility and comparability to other transcriptomic experiments.

Part II. Freezing causes physiological changes even in a hardy, cold-acclimated wild type. During the recovery period, gene expression will reflect the induction of damage-repair processes distinct from the damage-prevention associated with cold acclimation. This will be detected by observing the wild-type transcriptome at two time points during recovery from a freezing episode. The appropriate controls is the unfrozen, cold-acclimated wild type. Plants for this experiment will be soil-grown in an 9/15 day/night cycle to the rosette stage, and this regime will be maintained during acclimation and freezing treatments.Cold-induction will be 10 days at 4°C; drought will be imposed by placing excised leaves in a desiccator for 6 h. The youngest fully-expanded rosette leaves will be harvested for RNA extraction.

This is the part I of this experiment.

About the Experimenter
Name: Dr Gareth Warren
Head of Lab Name: Dr Gareth Warren
Lab:
Address: Biological Sciences
Royal Holloway
University of London
Egham
Surrey

Postcode: TW20 0EX
Country: United Kingdom
Telephone Number: 01784-443778
Fax Number: 01784-470756

About this Experiment
Experiment Type: stress response
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Experimental Parameters:
parameter time-course
parameter mutant
parameter treatment
Quality Control Measures Taken:
no-plants-pooled 18

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Publication: none
Created: 2004-11-03 16:20:54
Last Update: 2008-08-05 11:00:34
Submitter: Lishuang Shen
Name: Dr Gareth Warren
Institution: Biological Sciences, Royal Holloway,University of London, United Kingdom
Head of Laboratory: Dr Gareth Warren
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