Microsatellite instability in Arabidopsis increases with plant development.

@article{Golubov2010MicrosatelliteII,
  title={Microsatellite instability in Arabidopsis increases with plant development.},
  author={Andrey Golubov and Youli Yao and Priti Maheshwari and Andriy Bilichak and A. F. Boyko and François Belzile and Igor Kovalchuk},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={154 3},
  pages={1415-27}
}
Plant development consists of the initial phase of intensive cell division followed by continuous genome endoreduplication, cell growth, and elongation. The maintenance of genome stability under these conditions is the main task performed by DNA repair and genome surveillance mechanisms. Our previous work showed that the rate of homologous recombination repair in older plants decreases. We hypothesized that this age-dependent decrease in the recombination rate is paralleled with other changes… CONTINUE READING
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