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Figure 2. Genes misregulated in ddm1 are not evenly distributed in the Arabidopsis genome.. From: Changes in Global Gene Expression in Response to Chemical and Genetic Perturbation of Chromatin Structure.

A. log10 fold-difference values (5-AC/Ws) and (ddm1/Ws) are plotted by transcription start site for 5 Arabidopsis chromosomes. B. log10 fold-difference values for 5-AC treated and ddm1 seedlings for chloroplast and mitochondrial genes.

Karen Hudson, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(6):e20587.
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Figure 1. Transposable element genes are upregulated in the ddm1 mutant and after 5-AC treatment.. From: Changes in Global Gene Expression in Response to Chemical and Genetic Perturbation of Chromatin Structure.

Log expression differences (5-AC/Ws or ddm1/Ws) for 240 probesets annotated as transposable elements that were present on the microarray.

Karen Hudson, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(6):e20587.
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Figure 3. DNA damage repair genes are upregulated after 5-AC treatment.. From: Changes in Global Gene Expression in Response to Chemical and Genetic Perturbation of Chromatin Structure.

Quantitative RT-PCR expression ratios (5-AC and ddm1 normalized to Ws untreated control) for genes associated with repair of DNA damage or chromatin structure. Error bars indicate 95% confidence interval. AtBRCA1, ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA BREAST CANCER SUSCEPTIBILITY1 (At4g21070); DMC1, DISRUPTION OF MEIOTIC CONTROL1 (At3g22880); ROS1, REPRESSOR OF SILENCING1 (At2g36490); MSH4, MUTS HOMOLOG4 (At4g17380).

Karen Hudson, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(6):e20587.

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