Fatty acid hydroxylation in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana

2013-10-07T07:19:31Z (GMT) by Laura L. Wayne John Browse
<p>RcCb5-2 T1 events.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T2 seed from T1 events of RcCb5-2 transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Figure 3A.</p> <p>RcCb5-3 T1 events.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T2 seed from T1 events of RcCb5-3 transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Figure 3B.</p> <p>RcCb5-4 T1 events.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T2 seed from T1 events of RcCb5-4 transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Figure 3C.</p> <p>RcCBR1 RcCb5s T1 events.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T2 seed from T1 events of RcCBR1+RcCb5 transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Figure 5.</p> <p>AtCBR1 T1 events.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T2 seed from T1 events of AtCBR1 transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Supplementary Figure 1.</p> <p>RcCb5s T2 lines.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T3 seed from T2 events of RcCb5s transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Figure 4 and Supplementary Table 1.<br>Please note that a colon “:” is normally used in the x:y (number of carbon:number of double bonds) nomenclature of the fatty acids, however to avoid the use of the colon in this dataset we have the carbon number followed by the letter “c” and then number of double bonds. For example “18c 1” (18:1) is oleic acid.</p> <p>RcCBR1 RcCb5 selected lines.csv<br>Hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) percent from T3 seed from T2 events of RcCBR1+RcCb5s transformed into CL37. Data are presented in Figure 6.</p> <p>Q-PCR data.csv<br>Quantitative reverse-transcriptase-PCR of developing castor bean endosperm. Transcripts were normalized to RcACTIN. Error bars represent standard error of the mean of three independent experiments with three replicates each. Relative fold change = 1/(2^(experimental-control). Data are presented in Figure 2.</p> <p> </p>