Data from: Alternative splicing substantially diversifies the transcriptome during early photomorphogenesis and correlates with the energy availability in Arabidopsis

Hartmann L, Drewe-Boß P, Wießner T, Wagner G, Geue S, Lee H, Obermüller DM, Kahles A, Behr J, Sinz FH, Rätsch G, Wachter A

Date Published: November 9, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4nt0f

 

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Description Computational Analysis of Transcriptome-Wide AS.
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Description Splicing Index Analysis.
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Description Categorization of Light-Regulated and Reference Gene Sets into Functional Subgroups.
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Description Computational Analysis of Transcriptome-Wide AS Changes in Response to Red Light Based on the Data from Shikata et al. (2014).
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Hartmann L, Drewe-Boß P, Wießner T, Wagner G, Geue S, Lee H, Obermüller DM, Kahles A, Behr J, Sinz FH, Rätsch G, Wachter A (2016) Alternative splicing substantially diversifies the transcriptome during early photomorphogenesis and correlates with the energy availability in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 28(11): 2715-2734. http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.16.00508

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Hartmann L, Drewe-Boß P, Wießner T, Wagner G, Geue S, Lee H, Obermüller DM, Kahles A, Behr J, Sinz FH, Rätsch G, Wachter A (2016) Data from: Alternative splicing substantially diversifies the transcriptome during early photomorphogenesis and correlates with the energy availability in Arabidopsis. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4nt0f
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