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    Cyclophilin A/DIAGEOTROPICA (DGT) has been linked to auxin-regulated development in tomato and appears to affect multiple developmental pathways. Loss of DGT function results in a pleiotropic phenotype that is strongest in the roots, including shortened roots with no lateral branching. Here, we present an RNA-Seq dataset comparing the gene expression profiles of wildtype ('Ailsa Craig') and dgt tissues from three spatially separated developmental stages of the tomato root tip, with three replicates for each tissue and genotype. We also identify differentially expressed genes, provide an initial comparison of genes affected in each genotype and tissue, and provide the pipeline used to analyze the data. Further analysis of this dataset can be used to gain insight into the effects of DGT on various root developmental pathways in tomato. Copyright: © 2020 Ivanchenko MG et al.


    Maria G Ivanchenko, Olivia R Ozguc, Stephanie R Bollmann, Valerie N Fraser, Molly Megraw. RNA-Seq analysis of genes affected by Cyclophilin A/DIAGEOTROPICA (DGT) in tomato root development. F1000Research. 2020;9:1175

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