Data from: Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein homologues from Arabidopsis are key regulators of alternative splicing with implications in fundamental developmental processes

 

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Description Computational analysis of transcriptome-wide AS patterns in AtPTB1/2 misexpression lines.
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Title Supplemental Data Set 2
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Description Computational analysis of transcriptome-wide AS patterns in AtPTB3 misexpression lines.
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Title Supplemental Data Set 3
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Description Detailed list of GO terms. Based on the MapMan software, AtPTB1/2-regulated genes as well as all genes from TAIR10 were categorized into different functional groups based on their respective GO annotations. Certain groups were combined as listed in tab ‘combination of GO-terms’. A detailed list of the genes belonging to the GO term “RNA” for the AtPTB1/2-regulation targets is provided.
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Rühl C, Stauffer E, Kahles A, Wagner G, Drechsel G, Rätsch G, Wachter A (2012) Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein homologues from Arabidopsis are key regulators of alternative splicing with implications in fundamental developmental processes. The Plant Cell 24(11): 4360-4375. http://dx.doi.org/10.1105/tpc.112.103622

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Rühl C, Stauffer E, Kahles A, Wagner G, Drechsel G, Rätsch G, Wachter A (2012) Data from: Polypyrimidine tract-binding protein homologues from Arabidopsis are key regulators of alternative splicing with implications in fundamental developmental processes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6k1p6
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