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Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
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Generation of a flanking sequence-tag database for activation-tagging lines in japonica rice

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Title
Generation of a flanking sequence-tag database for activation-tagging lines in japonica rice
Author
Jeong, DHAn, SPark, SKang, HGPark, GGKim, SRSim, JKim, YOKim, MKKim, SRKim, JShin, MJung, MooyoungAn, G
Issue Date
2006-01
Publisher
WILEY-BLACKWELL
Citation
PLANT JOURNAL, v.45, no.1, pp.123 - 132
Abstract
We have generated 47 932 T-DNA tag lines in japonica rice using activation-tagging vectors that contain tetramerized 35S enhancer sequences. To facilitate use of those lines, we isolated the genomic sequences flanking the inserted T-DNA via inverse polymerase chain reaction. For most of the lines, we performed four sets of amplifications using two different restriction enzymes toward both directions. In analyzing 41 234 lines, we obtained 27 621 flanking sequence tags (FSTs), among which 12 505 were integrated into genic regions and 15 116 into intergenic regions. Mapping of the FSTs on chromosomes revealed that T-DNA integration frequency was generally proportional to chromosome size. However, T-DNA insertions were non-uniformly distributed on each chromosome: higher at the distal ends and lower in regions close to the centromeres. In addition, several regions showed extreme peaks and valleys of insertion frequency, suggesting hot and cold spots for T-DNA integration. The density of insertion events was somewhat correlated with expressed, rather than predicted, gene density along each chromosome. Analyses of expression patterns near the inserted enhancer showed that at least half the test lines displayed greater expression of the tagged genes. Whereas in most of the increased lines expression patterns after activation were similar to those in the wild type, thereby maintaining the endogenous patterns, the remaining lines showed changes in expression in the activation tagged lines. In this case, ectopic expression was most frequently observed in mature leaves. Currently, the database can be searched with the gene locus number or location on the chromosome at q3. On request, seeds of the T1 or T2 plants will be provided to the scientific community.
URI
https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/5886
URL
http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=33644868552
DOI
10.1111/j.1365-313X.2005.02610.x
ISSN
0960-7412
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