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PtdIns5<i>P</i> levels and ATX1 activity in <i>AtMTM1</i> mutant cells.

By Ivan Ndamukong (108972), David R. Jones (242367), Hanna Lapko (108982), Nullin Divecha (15381) and Zoya Avramova (10760)


<p>PtdIns5<i>P</i> levels in fresh and dehydrated wild type leaves, in OX-AtMTM1 leaves, and in leaves from homozygous <i>mtm1</i> plants (panel a). Relative <i>WRKY70</i> transcripts in non-stressed and in stressed wild-type, OX-AtMTM1, and <i>mtm1</i> mutant cells, quantified by real-time PCR (panel b). Quantitative PCR of ChIP assays of H3K4me3 methylation in wild-type, <i>OX-ATMTM1</i> and <i>mtm1</i> mutant chromatins in fresh leaves and in leaves after dehydration-stress (panel c). Relative enrichment in <i>WRKY70</i>-specific fragments <i>vs</i> input DNA.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Medicine, Cell Biology, Infectious Diseases, levels, atx1, mutant
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013396.g004
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