Probing the endosperm gene expression landscape in Brassica napus
1 Plant Biotechnology Institute, National Research Council Canada, 110 Gymnasium Place, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0W9, Canada
2 School of Life Sciences, Xiamen University, 422 Siming Nan Road, Xiamen, Fujian, 361005, PR China
3 Institute for Information Technology, National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0R6, Canada
BMC Genomics 2009, 10:256 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-10-256Published: 2 June 2009
Additional file 1:
A list of all unisequences identified and their best BLASTX match annotations. 9963 unisequences from endosperm cDNA library with best BLASTX match annotations, unisequence length, contig size, code in dbEST and locus ID.
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Additional file 2:
Highly abundant unisequences in Brassica napus endosperm. A list of contigs derived from 10 or more ESTs.
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Additional file 3:
A table of proteins identified in endosperm via protein profiling. A total of 809 genes identified from endosperm protein dataset.
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Additional file 4:
A table of 1229 significantly differentially expressed unisequences during endosperm development. This table shows annotations and expression level changes of 1229 significantly differentially expressed unisequences during endosperm development.
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Additional file 5:
A table listing 24 patterns of significantly differentially expressed unisequences during endosperm development. The data show the significantly differentially expressed unisequences list and gene expression level changes in each cluster.
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Biological functional annotation of differentially expressed unisequences in each cluster. The data show the distribution of GO annotation in biological processes for each cluster.
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Tables listing stage-favored genes during endosperm development. These data show stage-favored genes with expression level changes, EST accession numbers in dbEST of NCBI and annotations.
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Additional file 8:
A table listing universally expressed genes during endosperm development. The table shows universally expressed genes with expression level changes, EST accession numbers in dbEST of NCBI and annotations.
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Additional file 9:
A table of enzyme-encoding genes identified in the endosperm. Enzyme-encoding genes indentified in Brassica endosperm using cDNA library, protein profiling and cDNA microarray.
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Additional file 10:
A table of transcription factors identified in the endosperm cDNA library. Unisequences encoding transcription factors in the endosperm identified from cDNA library.
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Additional file 11:
A file describing methods for microarray data analysis. Details for microarray data analysis
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Additional file 12:
A table listing primers for RT-PCR validation of the selected unisequences. Primers for RT-PCR validation of the representative unisequences identified by cDNA microarray.
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