This study is a follow up analysis of Tetradesmus obliquus 16:8 hours dirunal cycle experiments, where a starch-less mutant is compared to the wild-type. The samples were collected every hours for the wild-type, and approx 3h for the starch-less mutant. Two time points per condition have two duplicate set (4 samples) because each condition was done in two batches (allowing to take samples during dark period). Overall, this study contain 72 samples, 52 for the wild-type and 20 for the starchless mutant. RNA was extracted for each samples and sent to Novogene for sequencing.
|Date made available||24 Sep 2018|
|Publisher||Wageningen University & Research|
Carreres, B. M. (Creator), Martens, D. E. (Creator) (24 Sep 2018). The diurnal transcriptional landscape of the microalga Tetradesmus obliquus. Wageningen University & Research.