Discovering Causal Relationships in Grapevine Expression Data to Expand Gene Networks. A Case Study: Four Networks Related to Climate Change

@inproceedings{Malacarne2018DiscoveringCR,
  title={Discovering Causal Relationships in Grapevine Expression Data to Expand Gene Networks. A Case Study: Four Networks Related to Climate Change},
  author={Giulia Malacarne and Stefania Pilati and Samuel Valentini and Francesco Asnicar and Marco Moretto and Paolo Sonego and Luca Masera and Valter Cavecchia and Enrico Blanzieri and Claudio Moser},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2018}
}
In recent years the scientific community has been heavily engaged in studying the grapevine response to climate change. Final goal is the identification of key genetic traits to be used in grapevine breeding and the setting of agronomic practices to improve climatic resilience. The increasing availability of transcriptomic studies, describing gene expression in many tissues and developmental, or treatment conditions, have allowed the implementation of gene expression compendia, which enclose a… CONTINUE READING
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