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Using RNA-Seq data from the mycelium of Fusarium graminearum, we found weakly expressed regions on all of the four chromosomes that exactly matched with non-conserved regions. Comparison of gene expression between two different developmental stages (spores and mycelium) showed that the expression of genes in conserved regions is stable, while gene expression in non-conserved regions is much more influenced by developmental stage.
|Date made available||1 Mar 2014|
Relocation of genes generates non-conserved chromosomal segments in Fusarium graminearum that show distinct and co-regulated gene expression patternsZhao, C., Waalwijk, C., de Wit, P. J. G. M., Tang, D. & van der Lee, T. A. J., 2014, In : BMC Genomics. 15, 17 p., 191.
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Zhao, C. (Creator), van der Lee, T. (Creator) (1 Mar 2014). Genome-wide gene expression analysis of Fusarium graminearum isolate PH-1 in spores and mycelium. Wageningen University.