Specifically-expressed experiments

Gene ID Os04g0530500
Gene name
Functional description Zn-finger, RING domain containing protein; similar to At3g58030: zinc finger (C3HC4-type RING finger) family protein (Ev=2e-1)

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Std2 GX %ile GSM ID Assay name GSE ID Experiment title Link to GEO
7.997.6GSM255762wt collar chipGSE12097antiOsLIC collar chipLink to GEO
6.797.3GSM255763antiOsLIC collar chipGSE12097antiOsLIC collar chipLink to GEO
6.597.2GSM154937Root_tZ-treatment_30min_replicate 2GSE6719Cytokinin responsive genes in riceLink to GEO
6.497.2GSM154942Root_tZ-treatment_120min_replicate 1GSE6719Cytokinin responsive genes in riceLink to GEO
6.397.2GSM154938Root_tZ-treatment_30min_replicate 3GSE6719Cytokinin responsive genes in riceLink to GEO
6.197.1GSM154944Root_tZ-treatment_120min_replicate 3GSE6719Cytokinin responsive genes in riceLink to GEO
5.796.9GSM154833Root_tZ-treatment_30min_replicate 1GSE6719Cytokinin responsive genes in riceLink to GEO
4.496.2GSM154943Root_tZ-treatment_120min_replicate 2GSE6719Cytokinin responsive genes in riceLink to GEO
4.196.0GSM159190Young inflorescence (P1, upto 3 cm), biological rep 2GSE6893Expression data for reproductive development in riceLink to GEO
3.795.6GSM304394Stable transgenic rice line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
3.695.5GSM304677Unstable mutant line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
3.695.5GSM421717MOCK, 8 hai - rep3GSE16793Comparative transcriptional profiling of rice undergoing infection by X. oryzae pv. oryzae or by X. oryzae pv. oryzicolaLink to GEO
3.595.3GSM431938Shoot- +Fe-P biological rep2GSE17245Transcriptome analysis of iron and phosphorus interaction in rice seedlingsLink to GEO
3.495.2GSM421677XOC, 8 hai - rep3GSE16793Comparative transcriptional profiling of rice undergoing infection by X. oryzae pv. oryzae or by X. oryzae pv. oryzicolaLink to GEO
3.495.2GSM304397Control for the stable transgenic rice line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
3.294.9GSM431940Shoot- -Fe-P biological rep2GSE17245Transcriptome analysis of iron and phosphorus interaction in rice seedlingsLink to GEO
3.294.9GSM304654Mutant stable line (1)GSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO
3.294.9GSM421675XOC, 8 hai - rep1GSE16793Comparative transcriptional profiling of rice undergoing infection by X. oryzae pv. oryzae or by X. oryzae pv. oryzicolaLink to GEO
3.194.8GSM429985Rice mutant phoenix (pho) panicle rep 2GSE17194Genome-wide gene expression profiling of rice Indica cultivar Zhongxian 3037 and mutant phoenix (pho) panicleLink to GEO
3.094.6GSM304395Control for the stable transgenic rice lineGSE12069Mycroarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionLink to GEO



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