Scientists Publish Arabidopsis Gene Expression Map as Part of NSF Program | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec. 12 (GenomeWeb News) - A $2.2 million gene expression mapping effort - part of the National Science Foundation-funded "Arabidopsis 2010" program - resulted in a Science paper published today that shows where and when 22,000 of the plant's 28,000 genes are activated within growing root tissue.

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