Transcriptomic footprints disclose specificity of reactive oxygen species signaling in Arabidopsis.

@article{Gadjev2006TranscriptomicFD,
  title={Transcriptomic footprints disclose specificity of reactive oxygen species signaling in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Ilya Z Gadjev and Sandy Vanderauwera and Tsanko S Gechev and Christophe Laloi and Ivan Nikiforov Minkov and Vladimir Shulaev and Klaus Apel and Dirk Inz{\'e} and Ron Mittler and Frank Van Breusegem},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={141 2},
  pages={
          436-45
        }
}
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are key players in the regulation of plant development, stress responses, and programmed cell death. Previous studies indicated that depending on the type of ROS (hydrogen peroxide, superoxide, or singlet oxygen) or its subcellular production site (plastidic, cytosolic, peroxisomal, or apoplastic), a different physiological, biochemical, and molecular response is provoked. We used transcriptome data generated from ROS-related microarray experiments to assess the… CONTINUE READING

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