EU-OSTID: A Collection of Transposon Insertional Mutants for Functional Genomics in Rice

@article{Enckevort2005EUOSTIDAC,
  title={EU-OSTID: A Collection of Transposon Insertional Mutants
for Functional Genomics in Rice},
  author={L. J. G. van Enckevort and Ga{\"e}tan Droc and P. Piffanelli and Raffaella Greco and Cyril Gagneur and Christele Weber and V{\'i}ctor M. Gonz{\'a}lez and Pere Llu{\'i}s Cabot and Fabio Fornara and Stefano Berri and Berta Mir{\'o} and Ping Lan and Marta Rafel and Teresa Capell and Pere Puigdom{\'e}nech and Pieter B.F. Ouwerkerk and Annemarie H. Meijer and Enrico P{\'e} and Lucia Colombo and Paul Christou and Emmanuel Guiderdoni and Andy Pereira},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={59},
  pages={99-110}
}
A collection of 1373 unique flanking sequence tags (FSTs), generated from Ac/Ds and Ac transposon lines for reverse genetics studies, were produced in japonica and indica rice, respectively. The Ds and Ac FSTs together with the original T-DNAs were assigned a position in the rice genome sequence represented as assembled pseudomolecules, and found to be distributed evenly over the entire rice genome with a distinct bias for predicted gene-rich regions. The bias of the Ds and Ac transposon… CONTINUE READING

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