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Common and unique elements of the ABA-regulated transcriptome of Arabidopsis guard cells

Rui-Sheng Wang1, Sona Pandey2, Song Li2, Timothy E Gookin2, Zhixin Zhao2, Réka Albert1 and Sarah M Assmann2*

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1 Department of Physics, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, USA

2 Department of Biology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, USA

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BMC Genomics 2011, 12:216  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-216

Published: 9 May 2011

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ABA-responsive genes in Arabidopsis guard cells. This file lists the ABA-induced genes and ABA-repressed genes identified in Arabidopsis guard cells.

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ABA-responsive genes in Arabidopsis rosette leaves. This file lists the ABA-induced genes and ABA-repressed genes identified in Arabidopsis rosette leaves.

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Supplementary materials of this study. This file contains the supplementary materials for motif analysis and comparison of other ABA/hormone transcriptome studies.

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New ABA-responsive genes in Arabidopsis guard cells. This file lists all the new ABA-responsive genes in guard cells not previously reported by any of the 11 previous ABA transcriptome studies that we evaluated.

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New ABA-responsive genes in Arabidopsis rosette leaves. This file lists all the new ABA-responsive genes in leaves not previously reported by any of the 11 previous ABA transcriptome studies that we evaluated.

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Known guard cell signaling and development genes from published literature. This file gives 149 guard cell signaling and development genes compiled from published literature which are classified as upregulated by ABA, down-regulated by ABA, and non-responsive to ABA at the transcript level.

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Genes identified as ABA-regulated in guard cells by each of the two methods. This file lists the genes identified as ABA-regulated in guard cells by either the Boolean method, the linear model method, or both, i.e. the genes in each subsector of Figure 11A.

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Genes identified as ABA-regulated in leaves by each of the two methods. This file lists the genes identified as ABA-regulated in leaves by either the Boolean method, the linear model method, or both, i.e. the genes in each subsector of Figure 11B.

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Genes present in guard cells but not regulated by ABA at the transcript level. This file lists the genes that are present in guard cells but not regulated by ABA at the transcript level (i.e. not present in any of the 8 subsectors of Figure 11A).

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Genes present in leaves but not regulated by ABA at the transcript level. This file lists the genes that are present in leaves but not regulated by ABA at the transcript level (i.e. not present in any of the 8 subsectors of Figure 11B).

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