Parent-of-origin effects on gene expression and DNA methylation in the maize endosperm.

  title={Parent-of-origin effects on gene expression and DNA methylation in the maize endosperm.},
  author={Amanda J. Waters and Irina Makarevitch and Steve R. Eichten and Ruth A. Swanson-Wagner and Cheng-Ting Yeh and Wayne Xu and Patrick S. Schnable and Matthew W. Vaughn and Mary Gehring and Nathan M Springer},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  volume={23 12},
Imprinting describes the differential expression of alleles based on their parent of origin. Deep sequencing of RNAs from maize (Zea mays) endosperm and embryo tissue 14 d after pollination was used to identify imprinted genes among a set of ~12,000 genes that were expressed and contained sequence polymorphisms between the B73 and Mo17 genotypes. The analysis of parent-of-origin patterns of expression resulted in the identification of 100 putative imprinted genes in maize endosperm, including… CONTINUE READING
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