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RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) analysis of leaf and root of Col grown on 1/2 MS with or without PS-SO3H or PS-NH2 nanoplastics treatment

Organism Icon Arabidopsis thaliana
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Technology Badge IconIllumina HiSeq 2000

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The goals of this study are to find the differential expression genes after PS-SO3H or PS-NH2 nanoplastics treatment, to explain why the PS-SO3H or PS-NH2 nanoplastics have inhibited the root growth. Overall design: The RNA was extracted from 10-day-old leaf and root of Col grown on 1/2 MS with or without PS-SO3H or PS-NH2 nanoplastics treatment. Library construction and sequencing were performed as described elsewhere, based on RNA extracted with the TRIzol reagent (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA) from 10-day-old seedlings grown on 1/2 MS containing PS-SO3H or PS-NH2 nanoplastics. The RNA was purified by electrophoresis through a TBE-urea polyacrylamide gel. The gel regions harboring 18-30 nt fragments were excised and the RNA recovered. The resulting population of sRNAs was 5' and 3' RNA adaptor-ligated using T4 RNA ligase and amplified for 18 PCR cycles. The amplicons were purified and sequenced using an Illumina/Solexa Genome Analyzer (Beijing Genomics Institute, Shenzhen, China). Raw reads were trimmed by removing low-quality and adaptor sequences, and then they were aligned to the Arabidopsis genome using SOAP2 software. Transcript frequency was calculated using the reads per kilobase per million reads method. Differentially transcribed genes were identified using a method modified from Audic and Claverie (1997). Significance was based on the p value and the false discovery rate (FDR) (Audic and Claverie, 1997). The chosen thresholds were FDR = 0.001 and |log2| = 1. We identified 113 differentially expressed genes, of which 49 genes are up-regulated, and 94 genes are down-regulated.
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