Arabidopsis PAI gene arrangements, cytosine methylation and expression

Melquist, Stacey; Luff, Bradley
September 1999
Genetics;Sep99, Vol. 153 Issue 1, p401
Academic Journal
Studies mechanisms of PAI gene duplication and relationship between gene arrangement and methylation of Arabidopsis thaliana. Identification of PAI genes at Wassilewskija and Columbia ecotypes; Correlation between gene structure and onset of cytosine methylation; Genetic tools in understanding methylation and its relationship with gene expression.


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