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In this experiment we investigate the transcription profile of M. inocognita infection at the start of the infection and 7 days later in A. thalinana Col-0 plants. This was compared to M. incognita infected material of the plant line erf6-1, a T-DNA insertion mutant in ERF6. The data showed the role of ERF6 during early M. incognita infection in Arabidaaaaaaaaaaopsis besides more insight in the transcription regulated by M. incognita in Col-0 the wildtype plant. Samples are taken from whole root systems of 14 (0 days after infection) or 21 (7 days after infection) day old plants.
|Date made available||10 Jan 2019|
|Publisher||Wageningen University & Research|
Mediator of tolerance to abiotic stress ERF6 regulates susceptibility of Arabidopsis to Meloidogyne incognitaWarmerdam, S., Sterken, M. G., van Schaik, C., Oortwijn, M. E. P., Lozano-Torres, J. L., Bakker, J., Goverse, A. & Smant, G., 2019, In : Molecular Plant Pathology. 20, 1, p. 137-152
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Microarray experiment on Arabidopsis roots infected with M. incognita for mutant lines of DSC1 and WRKY19 compared to Col-0
Warmerdam, S. (Creator) & Smant, G. (Creator), Wageningen University & Research, 1 Jun 2019
Warmerdam, S. (Creator), Smant, G. (Creator) (10 Jan 2019). Microarray experiment on M. incognita infected and uninfected material in A.thaliana Col-0 plants and A. thaliana ERF6 mutated plants. Wageningen University & Research.