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From: GmPHD5 acts as an important regulator for crosstalk between histone H3K4 di-methylation and H3K14 acetylation in response to salinity stress in soybean

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GmPHD5 was ubiquitously expressed and its expression was up-regulated by salinity stress in soybean. GmPHD5 was expressed in roots and leaves. Upper panel: western blotting results. Lower panel: SDS-PAGE gel image of the total proteins from soybean roots and leaves (A). GmPHD5 was upregulated by salinity stress in soybean. Upper panel: western blotting results. Lower panel: coomassie blue stained SDS-PAGE gels of soybean total proteins were showed as loading control (B).

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