A Network for Rice

In PNAS, the University of California, Davis' Pamela Ronald has a paper introducing RiceNet, a genome-scale model of how rice genes interact. She and her colleagues then applied it to a study of stress response, and identified three regulator proteins. They also show that the network can also predict gene function in maize.

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