Study : Phloem and non-phloem associated translatomes during plum pox virus infection in Prunus domestica L.

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Phloem and non-phloem associated translatomes during plum pox virus infection in Prunus domestica L.
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Description
In this study we used a translating ribosome affinity purification strategy to identify phloem and non-phloem associated translatomes in Prunus domesitca L during PPV infection. Three different promoter:His6FLAG-RPL18 lines were used. These included two phloem specific promoters (pSUC2 and pSULTR2;2) as well as the more ubiquitously expressed cauliflower mosaic virus 35S promoter (p35S). Immunopurification of ribosome-mRNA complexes was accomplished by the method described in Reynoso et al. (Plant Functional Genomics: Methods and Protocols, 185-207; 2015). The dataset includes samples from plum leaves taken at 2, 4, 6, and 12 weeks post cold induced dormancy. Overall design: 100 samples, 4 time points (2, 4, 6, and 12 weeks), 3 promoter lines, PPV infected and healthy controls, 2-6 biological replicates

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