A trial of phenome analysis using 4000 Ds-insertional mutants in gene-coding regions of Arabidopsis.

@article{Kuromori2006ATO,
  title={A trial of phenome analysis using 4000 Ds-insertional mutants in gene-coding regions of Arabidopsis.},
  author={Takashi Kuromori and Takuji Wada and Asako Kamiya and Masahiro Yuguchi and Takuro Yokouchi and Yuko Imura and Hiroko Takabe and Tetsuya Sakurai and Kenji Akiyama and Takashi Hirayama and Kiyotaka Uji-shi Okada and Kazuo Shinozaki},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={
          640-51
        }
}
Mutant lines covering all Arabidopsis genes allow us to pursue systematic functional genomics. A comprehensive phenotype description, called a phenome, is highly sought after in the profiling of -omics data. We selected 4000 transposon-insertional lines with transposon insertions in their gene-coding regions, and systematically observed the visible phenotype of each line. For the first 3 weeks after germination, plants were grown on agar plates and the juvenile phenotypes were recorded. Then… CONTINUE READING
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