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Differential regulation of Arabidopsis plastid gene expression and RNA editing in non-photosynthetic tissues

Plant Molecular Biology

May 7, 2013

Ching-Chih TsengMing-Hsiun Hsieh

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RNA editing is one of the post-transcriptional processes that commonly occur in plant plastids and mitochondria. In Arabidopsis, 34 C-to-U RNA editing events, affecting transcripts of 18 plastid genes, have been identified. Here, we examined the editing and expression of these transcrip...read more

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RPS14 gene
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Ycf9 protein, plant
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DNA-Directed RNA Polymerase
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Differential regulation of Arabidopsis plastid gene expression and RNA editing in non-photosynthetic tissues

Plant Molecular Biology

May 7, 2013

Ching-Chih TsengMing-Hsiun Hsieh

PMID: 23645360

DOI: 10.1007/s11103-013-0069-5

Abstract

RNA editing is one of the post-transcriptional processes that commonly occur in plant plastids and mitochondria. In Arabidopsis, 34 C-to-U RNA editing events, affecting transcripts of 18 plastid genes, have been identified. Here, we examined the editing and expression of these transcrip...read more

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NDHB.2 protein, Arabidopsis
Albinism
Norflurazone
Plastids
RPS14 gene
PsbD protein, Arabidopsis
Arabidopsis
Ycf9 protein, plant
Regulation of Biological Process
DNA-Directed RNA Polymerase

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