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Table 2 Microarray expression data imported from EMMA into TRUNCATULIX.

From: TRUNCATULIX – a data warehouse for the legume community

Experiment Number of microarrays Number of transformed datasets
Nitrogen-fixing root nodules in Medicago truncatula* 4 10
Nod-Factor response in Medicago truncatula roots [43] 9 13
Root endosymbiosis in Medicago truncatula [5] 10 23
Uromyces pathogenesis in Medicago truncatula** 3 4
AHL treatment of Medicago truncatula roots*** 11 17
LMW EPS I treatment of Medicago truncatula roots I**** 6 8
LMW EPS I treatment of Medicago truncatula roots II**** 6 8
LMW EPS I treatment of Medicago truncatula roots III**** 24 32
Nod-factor treatment of Medicago truncatula roots I**** 6 8
Nod-factor treatment of Medicago truncatula roots II**** 18 24
Seed development in Medicago truncatula [44] 22 51
Early Salt Stress in Medicago truncatula [45] 4 5
Cold stress in Medicago truncatula***** 8 11
Medicago truncatula wild type roots vs. TN1_11 mutant roots after 1 h of salt stress***** 16 20
Response to phosphate in Medicago truncatula roots [5] 3 4
Total 150 248
  1. The table shows the amount of microarray expression data integrated into TRUNCATULIX via EMMA. Currently there are 15 different experiments with a total of 150 microarrays (248 transformed datasets) integrated. Some of the integrated data is unpublised: H. Küster(*), M. Hahn, N. Hohnjec, H. Küster(**), D. Hinse, A. Becker, H. Küster(***), C. Hogekamp, H. Küster(****) and F. Frugier(*****). Abbreviations: AHL: acetylhomoserine lactone, LMW: low molecular weight, EPS: exopolysaccharide, Nod-factor: Nodulation factor