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Title : Empirical analysis of transcriptional activity in the Arabidopsis genome - Yamada_2003_Science_302_842
Author(s) : Yamada K , Lim J , Dale JM , Chen H , Shinn P , Palm CJ , Southwick AM , Wu HC , Kim C , Nguyen M , Pham P , Cheuk R , Karlin-Newmann G , Liu SX , Lam B , Sakano H , Wu T , Yu G , Miranda M , Quach HL , Tripp M , Chang CH , Lee JM , Toriumi M , Chan MM , Tang CC , Onodera CS , Deng JM , Akiyama K , Ansari Y , Arakawa T , Banh J , Banno F , Bowser L , Brooks S , Carninci P , Chao Q , Choy N , Enju A , Goldsmith AD , Gurjal M , Hansen NF , Hayashizaki Y , Johnson-Hopson C , Hsuan VW , Iida K , Karnes M , Khan S , Koesema E , Ishida J , Jiang PX , Jones T , Kawai J , Kamiya A , Meyers C , Nakajima M , Narusaka M , Seki M , Sakurai T , Satou M , Tamse R , Vaysberg M , Wallender EK , Wong C , Yamamura Y , Yuan S , Shinozaki K , Davis RW , Theologis A , Ecker JR
Ref : Science , 302 :842 , 2003
Abstract : Functional analysis of a genome requires accurate gene structure information and a complete gene inventory. A dual experimental strategy was used to verify and correct the initial genome sequence annotation of the reference plant Arabidopsis. Sequencing full-length cDNAs and hybridizations using RNA populations from various tissues to a set of high-density oligonucleotide arrays spanning the entire genome allowed the accurate annotation of thousands of gene structures. We identified 5817 novel transcription units, including a substantial amount of antisense gene transcription, and 40 genes within the genetically defined centromeres. This approach resulted in completion of approximately 30% of the Arabidopsis ORFeome as a resource for global functional experimentation of the plant proteome.
ESTHER : Yamada_2003_Science_302_842
PubMedSearch : Yamada_2003_Science_302_842
PubMedID: 14593172
Gene_locus related to this paper: arath-AT2G42690 , arath-AT4g30610 , arath-At5g13640 , arath-AT5G20520 , arath-AT5G27320 , arath-CGEP , arath-clh1 , arath-clh2 , arath-CXE12 , arath-CXE15 , arath-SCP25 , arath-F14F8.240 , arath-MES6 , arath-LCAT1 , arath-PLA11 , arath-PLA15 , arath-PLA16 , arath-PLA17 , arath-SCP8 , arath-SCP11 , arath-SCP40 , arath-MES14 , arath-AXR4 , arath-SFGH , arath-B9DFR3 , arath-pae2

Title : Sequence and analysis of chromosome 1 of the plant Arabidopsis thaliana - Theologis_2000_Nature_408_816
Author(s) : Theologis A , Ecker JR , Palm CJ , Federspiel NA , Kaul S , White O , Alonso J , Altafi H , Araujo R , Bowman CL , Brooks SY , Buehler E , Chan A , Chao Q , Chen H , Cheuk RF , Chin CW , Chung MK , Conn L , Conway AB , Conway AR , Creasy TH , Dewar K , Dunn P , Etgu P , Feldblyum TV , Feng J , Fong B , Fujii CY , Gill JE , Goldsmith AD , Haas B , Hansen NF , Hughes B , Huizar L , Hunter JL , Jenkins J , Johnson-Hopson C , Khan S , Khaykin E , Kim CJ , Koo HL , Kremenetskaia I , Kurtz DB , Kwan A , Lam B , Langin-Hooper S , Lee A , Lee JM , Lenz CA , Li JH , Li Y , Lin X , Liu SX , Liu ZA , Luros JS , Maiti R , Marziali A , Militscher J , Miranda M , Nguyen M , Nierman WC , Osborne BI , Pai G , Peterson J , Pham PK , Rizzo M , Rooney T , Rowley D , Sakano H , Salzberg SL , Schwartz JR , Shinn P , Southwick AM , Sun H , Tallon LJ , Tambunga G , Toriumi MJ , Town CD , Utterback T , Van Aken S , Vaysberg M , Vysotskaia VS , Walker M , Wu D , Yu G , Fraser CM , Venter JC , Davis RW
Ref : Nature , 408 :816 , 2000
Abstract : The genome of the flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana has five chromosomes. Here we report the sequence of the largest, chromosome 1, in two contigs of around 14.2 and 14.6 megabases. The contigs extend from the telomeres to the centromeric borders, regions rich in transposons, retrotransposons and repetitive elements such as the 180-base-pair repeat. The chromosome represents 25% of the genome and contains about 6,850 open reading frames, 236 transfer RNAs (tRNAs) and 12 small nuclear RNAs. There are two clusters of tRNA genes at different places on the chromosome. One consists of 27 tRNA(Pro) genes and the other contains 27 tandem repeats of tRNA(Tyr)-tRNA(Tyr)-tRNA(Ser) genes. Chromosome 1 contains about 300 gene families with clustered duplications. There are also many repeat elements, representing 8% of the sequence.
ESTHER : Theologis_2000_Nature_408_816
PubMedSearch : Theologis_2000_Nature_408_816
PubMedID: 11130712
Gene_locus related to this paper: arath-At1g05790 , arath-At1g09280 , arath-At1g09980 , arath-AT1G29120 , arath-AT1G52695 , arath-AT1G66900 , arath-At1g73750 , arath-AT1G73920 , arath-AT1G74640 , arath-AT1G76140 , arath-AT1G78210 , arath-clh1 , arath-F1O17.3 , arath-F1O17.4 , arath-F1O17.5 , arath-F5I6.3 , arath-At1g52700 , arath-F6D8.27 , arath-F6D8.32 , arath-F9L1.44 , arath-F9P14.11 , arath-F12A4.4 , arath-MES11 , arath-F14G24.2 , arath-F14G24.3 , arath-F14I3.4 , arath-F14O10.2 , arath-F16N3.25 , arath-LCAT2 , arath-At1g34340 , arath-MES15 , arath-CXE6 , arath-ICML1 , arath-At1g72620 , arath-LCAT1 , arath-PLA12 , arath-PLA15 , arath-PLA17 , arath-Q8L7S1 , arath-At1g15070 , arath-SCP2 , arath-SCP4 , arath-SCP5 , arath-SCP18 , arath-SCP32 , arath-SCP44 , arath-SCP45 , arath-SCPL6 , arath-F4IE65 , arath-At1g30370 , arath-T6L1.8 , arath-T6L1.20 , arath-T14P4.6 , arath-MES14 , arath-SCP3 , arath-AXR4 , arath-At1g10040 , arath-ZW18 , arath-pae2 , arath-pae1 , arath-a0a1p8awg3