HJCB  >> Vol. 5 No. 3 (September 2015)

    The Curation and Analysis of Rice Stress-Resistance Genes Based on RiceWiki

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张烨,陈玲玲:华中农业大学信息学院,湖北 武汉;

RiceWiki审编抗逆性RiceWiki Curation Stress-Resistance



Curation is a frontier in China, the biocuration of all kinds of biological information is the devel-opment tendency. In this paper, 500 rice genes of eight kinds stress-resistance were collected from literature: salinity tolerance, drought tolerance, cold tolerance, heat tolerance, dwarf resis-tance, lodging resistance, bacterial blight resistance and blast resistance. Curating the rice stress- resistance genes based on the platform of RiceWiki and publishing on RiceWiki. The 500 rice stress-resistance genes were further analyzed. First, the protein-protein interactions between stress-resistance rice genes were analyzed which containing 78 protein interactions among 61 proteins. The results of co-expression analysis indicated that 21.61% protein pairs have a tendency to co-expression, which showed the protein encoded by the stress-resistance genes could interact with each other. Finally, the GO enrichment is analyzed by argiGO, the results indicated that the significant level of GO terms related to stress is higher.

张烨, 陈玲玲, 章张. 基于RiceWiki的水稻抗逆基因审编与分析[J]. 计算生物学, 2015, 5(3): 29-40. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/HJCB.2015.53004


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