Transcriptome analysis of acclimatory responses to thermal stress in Antarctic algae.

@article{Hwang2008TranscriptomeAO,
  title={Transcriptome analysis of acclimatory responses to thermal stress in Antarctic algae.},
  author={Yong-sic Hwang and Gyeongseo Jung and Eonseon Jin},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={2008},
  volume={367 3},
  pages={635-41}
}
A customized cDNA chip analysis provided the relative expression profiling of 1439 ESTs of Chaetoceros neogracile in culture environments maintained between 4 and 10 degrees C. Among the 1439 probes, 21.5% were differentially regulated (2-fold) by the temperature upshift within three days. Up-regulation was more prominent among cytoprotective genes, whereas down-regulation was featured in photosynthetic genes. A third of the differentially expressed genes had an unknown function or no… CONTINUE READING

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