Mining for robust transcriptional and metabolic responses to long-term salt stress: a case study on the model legume Lotus japonicus.

@article{Snchez2010MiningFR,
  title={Mining for robust transcriptional and metabolic responses to long-term salt stress: a case study on the model legume Lotus japonicus.},
  author={Diego H. S{\'a}nchez and Jedrzej Szymanski and Alexander Erban and Michael K. Udvardi and Joachim Kopka},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2010},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={468-80}
}
Translational genomics, the use of model species to generate knowledge about biological processes and the functions of genes, offers great promise to biotechnologists. Few studies have sought robust responses of model plants to environmental stresses, such as salinity, by altering the stress dosage or by repeating experiments in consecutive years and/or different seasons. We mined our published and unpublished data on legume salt acclimation for robust system features at the ionomic… CONTINUE READING

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