Identification of differentially expressed genes associated with 5-methyltryptophan resistance in rice mutants

@article{Kim2009IdentificationOD,
  title={Identification of differentially expressed genes associated with 5-methyltryptophan resistance in rice mutants},
  author={Dong Sub Kim and Cheol Seong Jang and Jinhong Kim and G. -J. Lee and Sunhye Kang and W G Kim and Yong Weon Seo},
  journal={Biologia Plantarum},
  year={2009},
  volume={53},
  pages={444-450}
}
5-Methyltryptophan (5MT), a tryptophan analog, resistant M4 rice mutants with high free amino acid contents were obtained through in vitro mutagenesis. To evaluate the 5MT resistance mechanism, a cDNA library was constructed by using the leaves and roots of the 5MT resistant mutant plants. Expressed sequenced tags (ESTs) of 1 019 randomly selected clones were analyzed and then assembled 588 unigens. A total of 389 unigenes had significant homologies with known protein sequences at the NCBI… CONTINUE READING

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