Integration of omic networks in a developmental atlas of maize

  title={Integration of omic networks in a developmental atlas of maize},
  author={Justin W Walley and Ryan C. Sartor and Zhouxin Shen and Robert J. Schmitz and Kevin J. Wu and Mark A. Urich and Joseph R Nery and Laurie G Smith and James C. Schnable and Joseph. R. Ecker and Steven P Briggs},
Coexpression networks and gene regulatory networks (GRNs) are emerging as important tools for predicting functional roles of individual genes at a system-wide scale. To enable network reconstructions, we built a large-scale gene expression atlas composed of 62,547 messenger RNAs (mRNAs), 17,862 nonmodified proteins, and 6227 phosphoproteins harboring 31,595 phosphorylation sites quantified across maize development. Networks in which nodes are genes connected on the basis of highly correlated… CONTINUE READING
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