Dissection of Symbiosis and Organ Development by Integrated Transcriptome Analysis of Lotus japonicus Mutant and Wild-Type Plants

@inproceedings{Hgslund2009DissectionOS,
  title={Dissection of Symbiosis and Organ Development by Integrated Transcriptome Analysis of Lotus japonicus Mutant and Wild-Type Plants},
  author={Niels H\ogslund and Simona Radutoiu and Lene Krusell and Vera A Voroshilova and Matthew A. Hannah and Nicolas Goffard and Diego H. S{\'a}nchez and F. Lippold and Thomas Ott and Shusei Sato and Satoshi Tabata and Poul Liboriussen and Gitte Vestergaard Lohmann and Leif Schauser and Georg F. Weiller and Michael K. Udvardi and Jens Stougaard},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
Genetic analyses of plant symbiotic mutants has led to the identification of key genes involved in Rhizobium-legume communication as well as in development and function of nitrogen fixing root nodules. However, the impact of these genes in coordinating the transcriptional programs of nodule development has only been studied in limited and isolated studies. Here, we present an integrated genome-wide analysis of transcriptome landscapes in Lotus japonicus wild-type and symbiotic mutant plants… CONTINUE READING
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