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Sample GSM1397517 Query DataSets for GSM1397517
Status Public on May 23, 2014
Title early maturation-stage axis parenchyma
Sample type SRA
Source name Laser captured parenchyma compartment from early-maturation stage embryo axis
Organism Glycine max
Characteristics cultivar: Williams 82
developmental stage: early maturation stage
tissue: axis parenchyma
Growth protocol Soybean plants (Williams 82) were grown under standard greenhouse conditions (Le et al., PNAS 2010). Seeds with length between 6.0 and 7.0 mm containing early maturation-stage embryos were harvested.
Extracted molecule genomic DNA
Extraction protocol Harvested seeds were fixed in 3:1(v/v) ethanol:acetic acid and embedded in paraffin (Kerk et al., Plant Physiol.132. 27-35 (2003)). Seed compartment was captured from ten-micron sections using a Leica LMD6000. Genomic DNA was extracted using the QIAamp DNA FFPE Tissue Kit (Qiagen, Valencia, CA). Approximately 300 nanogram of genomic DNA was subjected to library preparation following the methods of Hsieh et al. (Hsieh T-F et al. 2009. Science 324:1451-1454) with modifications. We spiked-in ~ three nanogram of unmethylated lambda DNA (Promega) to serve as a control for complete bisulfite conversion. Adapter-ligated genomic DNA was subjected to two rounds of bisulfite (BS) treatment using the EpiTect kit (Qiagen, Valencia, CA). BS-treated DNA was purified using AMpure XP beads (Beckman) and PCR-amplified for 10 cycles using ExTaq (EpiCentre) DNA polymerase. PCR-amplified DNA fragments were size selected using the AMpure XP beads (Beckman). Phi-X174 DNA was spiked in to the library by the sequencing facility before cluster formation and sequencing.
Library strategy Bisulfite-Seq
Library source genomic
Library selection RANDOM
Instrument model Illumina HiSeq 2000
Description Axis parenchyma compartment was captured from ten micron paraffin sections using the Leica LMD6000 system
Data processing Basecalls performed using RTA version
Original data file from the Illumina sequencing pipeline. Each lane of sequencing is attached as an individual compressed file. The sequence data are in the QSEQ format
We aligned the raw reads to a pre-processed reference genome using BS Seeker [Chen et al. BMC Bioinformatics (2010)] allowing for two mismatches. The pre-processed reference genome consisted of sequences from the soybean genome (Glyma version 1.0.1) [Schmutz et al. Nature (2010)] obtained from the Phytozome website (, soybean chloroplast genome (GenBank: DQ317523), lambda reference genome (GenBank: J02459), and Phi-X174 reference genome (GenBank: J02482).
Reads containing three consecutive methylation in the non-CG sites were removed, possibly representing non-converted cytosines (Cokus et al. Nature 2008). Clonal reads possibly arising during the PCR amplification step were collapsed into one read.
Methylation level of sampled cytosine was calculated as (methylated calls / (methylated calls + unmethylated calls)).
Genome_build: Glyma version 1.01
Supplementary_files_format_and_content: Tab-delimited text file including methylation level of each sampled cytosine. Column definitions are included in the supplementary README.txt file that is linked to the Series record.
Submission date May 23, 2014
Last update date May 26, 2014
Contact name Bob Goldberg
Phone 310-825-3270
Organization name University of California, Los Angeles
Department Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology
Street address 610 Charles E Young Drive East
City Los Angeles
State/province CA
ZIP/Postal code 90095
Country USA
Platform ID GPL15008
Series (1)
GSE37893 Methylation Changes in Soybean Early Maturation Seed Compartments Using Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM)
BioSample SAMN02798544
SRA SRX551576

Supplementary file Size Download File type/resource 906.7 Mb (ftp)(http) TXT
Raw data provided as supplementary file
Processed data provided as supplementary file

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