Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w])

El Yahyaoui F, Küster H, Ben Amor B, Hohnjec N, Pühler A, Becker A, Gouzy J, Vernie T, Gough C, Niebel A, Godiard L, et al. (2004)
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 136(2): 3159-3176.

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In this study, we describe a large-scale expression-profiling approach to identify genes differentially regulated during the symbiotic interaction between the model legume Medicago truncatula and the nitrogen-fixing bacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti. Macro- and microarrays containing about 6,000 probes were generated on the basis of three cDNA libraries dedicated to the study of root symbiotic interactions. The experiments performed on wild-type and symbiotic mutant material led us to identify a set of 756 genes either up- or down-regulated at different stages of the nodulation process. Among these, 41 known nodulation marker genes were up-regulated as expected, suggesting that we have identified hundreds of new nodulation marker genes. We discuss the possible involvement of this wide range of genes in various aspects of the symbiotic interaction, such as bacterial infection, nodule formation and functioning, and defense responses. Importantly, we found at least 13 genes that are good candidates to play a role in the regulation of the symbiotic program. This represents substantial progress toward a better understanding of this complex developmental program.
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El Yahyaoui F, Küster H, Ben Amor B, et al. Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w]). PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 2004;136(2):3159-3176.
El Yahyaoui, F., Küster, H., Ben Amor, B., Hohnjec, N., Pühler, A., Becker, A., Gouzy, J., et al. (2004). Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w]). PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 136(2), 3159-3176.
El Yahyaoui, F., Küster, H., Ben Amor, B., Hohnjec, N., Pühler, A., Becker, A., Gouzy, J., Vernie, T., Gough, C., Niebel, A., et al. (2004). Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w]). PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 136, 3159-3176.
El Yahyaoui, F., et al., 2004. Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w]). PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 136(2), p 3159-3176.
F. El Yahyaoui, et al., “Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w])”, PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, vol. 136, 2004, pp. 3159-3176.
El Yahyaoui, F., Küster, H., Ben Amor, B., Hohnjec, N., Pühler, A., Becker, A., Gouzy, J., Vernie, T., Gough, C., Niebel, A., Godiard, L., Gamas, P.: Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w]). PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 136, 3159-3176 (2004).
El Yahyaoui, F., Küster, Helge, Ben Amor, B., Hohnjec, N., Pühler, Alfred, Becker, Anke, Gouzy, J., Vernie, T., Gough, C., Niebel, A., Godiard, L., and Gamas, P. “Expression profiling in Medicago truncatula identifies more than 750 genes differentially expressed during nodulation, including many potential regulators of the symbiotic program(1[w])”. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 136.2 (2004): 3159-3176.
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