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Expression data of tomato fruit responses to Botrytis cinerea
Dario,,Cantu, UC Davis, Davis, USA (dacantu@ucdavis.edu)
Experiment design (18 hybridizations)
fruit stage
•mature green •red ripe
pathogen infection
•healthy •mock inoculated •B. Cinerea inoculated

This experiment has been imported by PLEXdb from NCBI GEO (GSE14637)

Series_summary: Tomato fruit ripening is associated with a dramatic...[complete overview]

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Experiment Name: Expression data of tomato fruit responses to Botrytis cinerea
Accession No: LE3
Microarray: tomato10k
Visibility: public
Experiment Type:
Experiment Factor(s):
fruit stage
•mature green   •red ripe
pathogen infection
•healthy   •mock inoculated   •B. Cinerea inoculated
Quality Control: biological replicates
Treatment summary:
 fruit stage  pathogen infection  # replicates
 mature green  healthy  3
 mature green  mock inoculated  3
 mature green  B. Cinerea inoculated  3
 red ripe  healthy  3
 red ripe  mock inoculated  3
 red ripe  B. Cinerea inoculated  3
Total hybridizations: 18
Description: This experiment has been imported by PLEXdb from NCBI GEO (GSE14637)

Series_summary:
Tomato fruit ripening is associated with a dramatic increase in susceptibility to the fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea, the causal agent of gray mold. Mature green fruit, prior to ripening, are largely resistant to B. cinerea, whereas red fruit, at the end of ripening, are susceptible to B. cinerea infection.
We used microarrays to detail the gene expression changes that are induced by B. cinerea when tomato fruit at unripe and ripe stages are infected.

Keywords: plant responses to pathogens

Series_overall_design:
Tomato fruit at mature green and red ripe stages were wound inoculated with a water suspension of B. cinerea conidia. Twenty four hours post inoculation fruit pericarp and epicarp tissue around and including the inoculation sites was collected and the total RNA extracted. Total RNA was also collected from healthy and mock inoculated fruit.
Publication: 'Ripening-Regulated Susceptibility of Tomato Fruit to Botrytis cinerea Requires NOR But Not RIN or Ethylene', Cantu D, Blanco-Ulate B, Yang L, Labavitch JM et al
Plant Physiol 2009 Jul;150(3):1434-49
pubmed: 19465579
Created: 2009-07-08 13:35:26
Last Update: 2009-07-08 15:23:59
GEO Accession GSE14637
Submitter: PLEXdb Curator
Name: Dario,,Cantu
Institution: UC Davis, Davis, USA
Head of Laboratory: --
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