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Differential expression of genes in potato tubers after wounding

Differential expression of genes in potato tubers after wounding

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 85(4): 1136-1140

Tubers of a common tetraploid species of Solanum tuberosum (Granola) were mechanically wounded by slicing. After 18 hr only small differences were detectable in the pattern of the steady-state protein extracted from wounded versus unwounded tubers. In contrast the protein pattern obtained by in vitro translation of mRNA isolated from wounded and unwounded tubers differed significantly. A cDNA library was established and screened for wound-induced cDNA clones by differential hybridization.

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PMID: 16593908

DOI: 10.2307/30953

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