Microarray experiments to specifically-expressed genes

GSM ID GSM265868
Assay name long 10B
GSE experiment GSE10522: Expression data of Arabidopsis thaliana rosettes during chilling

Click Gene ID to show a list of GSM assays in which the gene are specifically expressed.

Std2 GX %ile Std GX Gene ID Repr. ID Gene name Functional description O.I. C.G. H.G. Other DB
15.999.5260.5At2g42530818853COR15B (COLD REGULATED 15B)F:unknown;P:response to cold;C:chloroplast, chloroplast stroma, chloroplast envelope;PBOMFO.I.C.G.H.G.
14.899.455.9At1g56050842056GTP-binding protein-relatedF:GTP binding;P:biological_process unknown;C:chloroplast, chloroplast stroma;OBMFAPO.I.C.G.H.G.
14.799.435.4At4g23940828494FtsH protease, putativeF:in 7 functions;P:proteolysis;C:chloroplast;OBMFPAVO.I.C.G.H.G.
13.999.420.0At3g21300821684RNA methyltransferase family proteinF:methyltransferase activity, RNA binding, RNA methyltransferase activity;P:RNA processing;C:unknown;BOMFAPVO.I.C.G.H.G.
13.799.482.2At4g16390827333-F:unknown;P:unknown;C:chloroplast;POFMBAO.I.C.G.H.G.
12.399.352.6At5g48220834875indole-3-glycerol phosphate synthase, putativeF:indole-3-glycerol-phosphate synthase activity, catalytic activity;P:metabolic process, tryptophan metabolic process;C:chloroplast, chloroplast stroma;BOAFPO.I.C.G.H.G.
12.299.3411.6At2g42540818854COR15A (COLD-REGULATED 15A)A cold-regulated gene whose product is targeted to the chloroplast and constitutive expression increases freezing tolerance in protoplasts in vitro and chloroplasts in vivo. NMR and x-ray diffraction studies suggest that COR15a alters the intrinsic curvature of the inner membrane of chloroplast envelope.O.I.C.G.H.G.
12.199.314.5At1g31680--O.I.C.G.H.G.
11.999.3112.0At2g41680818766NTRC (NADPH-DEPENDENT THIOREDOXIN REDUCTASE C)Encodes a NADPH thioredoxin reductase involved in chloroplast protection against oxidative damage.O.I.C.G.H.G.
11.499.3267.1At4g30650829188hydrophobic protein, putative / low temperature and salt responsive protein, putativeF:unknown;P:response to salt stress, hyperosmotic salinity response, response to cold;C:endomembrane system, integral to membrane;BFPMOO.I.C.G.H.G.
11.399.341.1At1g31690840056amine oxidase/ copper ion binding / quinone bindingF:quinone binding, amine oxidase activity, copper ion binding;P:cellular amine metabolic process;C:endomembrane system;FBMOPAO.I.C.G.H.G.
10.399.229.9At3g13180820508NOL1/NOP2/sun family protein / antitermination NusB domain-containing proteinF:RNA binding;P:regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent;C:chloroplast;BOMFAPO.I.C.G.H.G.
10.199.2236.3At3g46970823850PHS2 (ALPHA-GLUCAN PHOSPHORYLASE 2)Encodes a cytosolic alpha-glucan phosphorylase. In vitro, the enzyme has a preference for branched polysaccharides, such as glycogen.O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.699.188.7At1g13270837887MAP1C (METHIONINE AMINOPEPTIDASE 1B)Encodes a methionine aminopeptidase formerly called MAP1B, renamed to MAP1C.O.I.C.G.H.G.
9.499.152.8At3g18390821368EMB1865 (embryo defective 1865)F:RNA binding;P:embryonic development ending in seed dormancy;C:chloroplast;OPMFVBAO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.299.115.6At5g55580835652mitochondrial transcription termination factor family protein / mTERF family proteinF:molecular_function unknown;P:biological_process unknown;C:unknown;PMOFVBO.I.C.G.H.G.
9.099.1138.8At5g66530836785aldose 1-epimerase family proteinF:carbohydrate binding, isomerase activity, aldose 1-epimerase activity, catalytic activity;P:galactose metabolic process, carbohydrate metabolic process;C:apoplast, chloroplast, chloroplast stroma;BOPFMO.I.C.G.H.G.
8.999.051.0At3g51870824350binding / transporterF:transporter activity, binding;P:transport, response to nematode;C:mitochondrial inner membrane, chloroplast, chloroplast envelope;MFPOVO.I.C.G.H.G.
8.899.013.9At3g58070824976GIS (GLABROUS INFLORESCENCE STEMS)Putative transcription factor, contains C2H2 domain, regulates aspects of shoot maturation in Arabidopsis thaliana. GIS loss-of-function mutations affect the epidermal differentiation of inflorescence organs, causing a premature decrease in trichome production on successive leaves, stem internodes, and branches. Overexpression has the opposite effect on trichome initiation and causes other heterochronic phenotypes, affecting flowering and juvenileľadult leaf transition and inducing the formation of rosette leaves on inflorescence stems.O.I.C.G.H.G.



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