Regulatory Divergence between Parental Alleles Determines Gene Expression Patterns in Hybrids

@inproceedings{Combes2015RegulatoryDB,
  title={Regulatory Divergence between Parental Alleles Determines Gene Expression Patterns in Hybrids},
  author={Marie-Christine Combes and Yann Hueber and Alexis Dereeper and St{\'e}phanie Rialle and J. Herrera and Philippe Lashermes},
  booktitle={Genome biology and evolution},
  year={2015}
}
Both hybridization and allopolyploidization generate novel phenotypes by conciliating divergent genomes and regulatory networks in the same cellular context. To understand the rewiring of gene expression in hybrids, the total expression of 21,025 genes and the allele-specific expression of over 11,000 genes were quantified in interspecific hybrids and their parental species, Coffea canephora and Coffea eugenioides using RNA-seq technology. Between parental species, cis- and trans-regulatory… CONTINUE READING
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