Individuals of the shrub species Viburnum lantana L. (wayfaring tree) treated with ozone (60 ppb for 45 days for 5 hours per day) or maintained in filtered air (control) were analyzed through suppression subtractive hybridization (SSH) in order to assess the main differences of induced (I) and repressed (R) libraries, representing the response of plants at a biological, cellular, and molecular level. Biomolecular procedures consisted of: RNA extraction, PCR select (SSH), and 454 cDNA library sequencing. A total of 38 800 and 12 495 high quality reads were assembled (Newbler and CAP3 softwares) after filtering for the induced and repressed libraries, resulting in a total of 543 and 705 UniGenes, respectively. Functional annotation and gene ontology assignment were used to define the different relevance of gene ontology (GO) categories in the libraries. Results showed an enrichment of GO categories involved in the defense to oxidative stress for the induced library, with an increase in glutathione (GSH), thioredoxin-1 (Trx1), and heat shock proteins (HSP). On the contrary, the GO categories involved in carbon utilization and photosynthesis (light harvesting complexes) were repressed in ozone exposed plants of V. Lantana

Cristofori, A.; La Porta, N.; Sablok, G.; Pellegrini, E.; Baldi, P.; Nali, C.; Cristofolini, F.; Gottardini, E. (2014). 454 sequencing to assess the differential expression of genes due to ozone stress in Viburnum lantana L.. In: Parrotta, J.E.; Moser, C.F.; Scherzer, A.J.; Koerth, N.E.; Lederle, D.R. (eds.) Sustaining forests, sustaining people: the role of research: XXIV IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA: Commonwealth forestry association: 376. url: http://www.iufro.org/events/congresses/2014/ handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10449/24993

454 sequencing to assess the differential expression of genes due to ozone stress in Viburnum lantana L.

Cristofori, Antonella;La Porta, Nicola;Sablok, Gaurav;Baldi, Paolo;Cristofolini, Fabiana;Gottardini, Elena
2014-01-01

Abstract

Individuals of the shrub species Viburnum lantana L. (wayfaring tree) treated with ozone (60 ppb for 45 days for 5 hours per day) or maintained in filtered air (control) were analyzed through suppression subtractive hybridization (SSH) in order to assess the main differences of induced (I) and repressed (R) libraries, representing the response of plants at a biological, cellular, and molecular level. Biomolecular procedures consisted of: RNA extraction, PCR select (SSH), and 454 cDNA library sequencing. A total of 38 800 and 12 495 high quality reads were assembled (Newbler and CAP3 softwares) after filtering for the induced and repressed libraries, resulting in a total of 543 and 705 UniGenes, respectively. Functional annotation and gene ontology assignment were used to define the different relevance of gene ontology (GO) categories in the libraries. Results showed an enrichment of GO categories involved in the defense to oxidative stress for the induced library, with an increase in glutathione (GSH), thioredoxin-1 (Trx1), and heat shock proteins (HSP). On the contrary, the GO categories involved in carbon utilization and photosynthesis (light harvesting complexes) were repressed in ozone exposed plants of V. Lantana
SSH
PCR select
Gene ontology
Photosynthesis
Oxidative stress
Cristofori, A.; La Porta, N.; Sablok, G.; Pellegrini, E.; Baldi, P.; Nali, C.; Cristofolini, F.; Gottardini, E. (2014). 454 sequencing to assess the differential expression of genes due to ozone stress in Viburnum lantana L.. In: Parrotta, J.E.; Moser, C.F.; Scherzer, A.J.; Koerth, N.E.; Lederle, D.R. (eds.) Sustaining forests, sustaining people: the role of research: XXIV IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA: Commonwealth forestry association: 376. url: http://www.iufro.org/events/congresses/2014/ handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10449/24993
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