To the Arabidopsis Community,
We have added the deep sequencing data, which maps uncapped and =20
cleaved transcripts of Arabidopsis from:
1) Gregory, B.D., O=92Malley, R.C., Lister, R., Urich, M.A., Tonti-=20=
Filippini, J., Chen, H., Millar, A.H., and Ecker, J.R. 2008. A link =20
between RNA metabolism and silencing affecting Arabidopsis =20
development. Dev. Cell 14: 854-866.
2) Addo-Quaye, C., Eshoo, T.W., Bartel, D.P., and Axtell, M.J. =20
2008. Endogenous siRNA and miRNA targets identified by sequencing of =20
the Arabidopsis degradome. Curr. Biol. 18: 758-762.
3) German, M.A., Pillay, M., Jeong, D.H., Hetawal, A., Luo, S., =20
Janardhanan, P., Kannan, V., Rymarquis, L.A., Nobuta, K., German, R., =20=
De Paoli, E., Lu, C., Schroth, G., Meyers, B.C., Green, P.J. 2008. =20
Global identification of microRNA-target RNA pairs by parallel =20
analysis of RNA ends. Nat. Biotechnol. doi:10.1038/nbt1417.
into our dynamic Web2.0 based genomic browser called AnnoJ, which is =20
designed to effectively handle both current and emerging genomic data-=20=
types. The browser displays (from the megabase down to the single =20
base) these sequencing data sets.
These data sets are all open access, and to view them in this browser =20=
just go to the URL below with Firefox or Safari:
Brian D. Gregory
Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellow
Plant Biology Laboratory (Ecker)
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
10010 North Torrey Pines Rd.
LaJolla, CA 92037
Phone (858) 453-4100 x1533