Comprehensive analysis of both long and short read transcriptomes of a clonal and a seed-propagated model plant species reveal the prerequisites for transcriptional activation of autonomous and non-autonomous transposons in plants
Transposable element (TE) transcription is a precursor to its mobilisation in host genomes. However, the characteristics of expressed TE loci, the identification of self-competent transposon loci contributing to new insertions, and the genomic conditions permitting their mobilisation remain largely unknown.
Keywordsalternative splicing; differential expression; nanopore sequencing; stress treatment; transcription; transposable element
Fields of Research310504 Epigenetics (incl. genome methylation and epigenomics); 310803 Plant cell and molecular biology; 310204 Genomics and transcriptomics; 300805 Oenology and viticulture
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