Specifically-expressed experiments

Gene ID Os03g0624300
Gene name
Functional description Hypothetical protein; similar to At5g43211: unknown protein (Ev=1e+0)

Click GSM ID or Assay name to show a list of genes that are specifically expressed in the GSM.

Std2 GX %ile GSM ID Assay name GSE ID Experiment title Link to GEO
36.099.8GSM278855KT95-418-non-infected, biological rep3GSE11025Comparative transcriptional profiling of two contrasting rice genotypes in response to rice stripe virus infectionLink to GEO
23.099.3GSM154959Leaf_OsRR6-overexpressor_replicate 1GSE6720Gene expression in OsRR6-overexpression lineLink to GEO
21.299.2GSM278853KT95-418-non-infected, biological rep1GSE11025Comparative transcriptional profiling of two contrasting rice genotypes in response to rice stripe virus infectionLink to GEO
19.399.0GSM278849WuYun3-non-infected, biological rep3GSE11025Comparative transcriptional profiling of two contrasting rice genotypes in response to rice stripe virus infectionLink to GEO
19.299.0GSM154960Leaf_OsRR6-overexpressor_replicate 2GSE6720Gene expression in OsRR6-overexpression lineLink to GEO
19.299.0GSM240997gif1 7 DAF, biological replicate 1GSE9498Global gene expression profiles of Oryza sativa wild type Zhonghua11 and mutant gif1 in filling stageLink to GEO
13.498.5GSM304669Control for the stable mutant rice line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
11.398.2GSM278848WuYun3-non-infected, biological rep2GSE11025Comparative transcriptional profiling of two contrasting rice genotypes in response to rice stripe virus infectionLink to GEO
11.198.2GSM240998gif1 7 DAF, biological replicate 2GSE9498Global gene expression profiles of Oryza sativa wild type Zhonghua11 and mutant gif1 in filling stageLink to GEO
10.498.1GSM304677Unstable mutant line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
10.298.0GSM304671Unstable mutant lineGSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
9.998.0GSM304397Control for the stable transgenic rice line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
9.798.0GSM304395Control for the stable transgenic rice lineGSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
9.597.9GSM255763antiOsLIC collar chipGSE12097antiOsLIC collar chipLink to GEO
9.397.9GSM240999gif1 7 DAF, biological replicate 3GSE9498Global gene expression profiles of Oryza sativa wild type Zhonghua11 and mutant gif1 in filling stageLink to GEO
8.897.8GSM304390Stable transgenic rice lineGSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
8.297.7GSM304654Mutant stable line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
8.097.6GSM154958Leaf_control_replicate 2GSE6720Gene expression in OsRR6-overexpression lineLink to GEO
8.097.6GSM154957Leaf_control_replicate 1GSE6720Gene expression in OsRR6-overexpression lineLink to GEO
7.897.6GSM304394Stable transgenic rice line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO



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