The maize RNA-seq data on this site comes from our own libraries, which were published in bioRxiv. We used the Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR) Cas9 system to mutate Dcl5 in maize. To investigate transcriptional changes in the dcl5 mutants, RNA-seq libraries were constructed from anthers or spikelets of each dcl5 allele. Raw data were submitted to GEO under GSE122449 (including RNA-seq data as GSM3466701 to GSM3466714).
Some data contributed by: Virginia Walbot (Stanford University).
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