Temperature induced alternative splicing is affected in sdg8 and sdg26

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Description

Plants developed a plasticity to environmental conditions, such as temperature, that allows their adaptation. A change in ambient temperature leads to changes in the transcriptome in plants, such as the production of different splicing isoforms. Here we study temperature induced alternative splicing events in Arabidopsis thaliana wild-type and two epigenetic mutants, sdg8-2 and sdg26-1 using an RNA-seq approach.
Date made available10 May 2017
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Histone H3 lysine 36 methylation affects temperature-induced alternative splicing and flowering in plants

Pajoro, A., Severing, E., Angenent, G. C. & Immink, R. G. H., 2017, In : Genome Biology. 18, 12 p., 102.

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    Pajoro, A. (Creator), Severing, E. I. (Creator), Immink, G. H. (Creator) (10 May 2017). Temperature induced alternative splicing is affected in sdg8 and sdg26. Wageningen University.