A comparative analysis of transcripts from the basidiomycota T. hirsuta grown with and without an inducer of the laccase biosynthesis was carried out. Methods of subtraction hybridization and massive parallel sequencing were used for this purpose. Unique transcripts encoded by genes that have a relatively high level of expression and belong to different gene ontology categories were identified. Also, a large number of transcripts were found to encode for predicted proteins, as well as noncoding transcripts. The latter may represent regulatory RNA molecules. Transcripts that increase their abundance when the laccase synthesis is induced are selected as gene-candidates involved in the laccase biosynthetic pathway.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 10, 2013
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