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  1. COCH_BOVIN UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q5EA64

    Description: Cochlin LCCL VWFA 1 VWFA 2 N-linked (GlcNAc...) N-linked (GlcNAc...) N-linked (GlcNAc...)

  2. NMR structure of the LCCL domain PDB

    ID: PDB:1JBI

    Description: cochlin

  3. affy_med_2011_06-Analysis of the Medicago noot mutant ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-36558

    Description: e and showed that it corresponds to Pisum sativum COCH (Ferguson and Reid, 2005, Plant Cell Physiol 46, 1583-1589). The goal of this project is to compare the transcriptomes from wild type nodules and roots to the noot nodule one. This will allow us to unravel the similarity and differences between the wild type and mutant nodule transcriptomes but also to know which developmental pathway is under the control of the NOOT gene. --Seeds of the WT and noot mutant lines (two mutant alleles: Tnk507 and NF2717) were surface sterilized and placed at 4°C for three days on a minimal BNM medium square plate (12cm X 12cm). Seeds were germinated at room temperature and 10 seeds were placed in a row on nitrogen poor (BNM) plate. Seedlings were inoculated using Sinorhizobium meliloti Rm41 for nodule production. Some WT plants were not infected by the bacteria in order to collect roots. Nodules and r...

  4. COCH_CHICK UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: O42163

    Description: Cochlin LCCL VWFA 1 VWFA 2 N-linked (GlcNAc...)

  5. Medicago truncatula : Medicago truncatula Transcriptome or Gene expression BioProject

    ID: PRJNA153435

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: e and showed that it corresponds to Pisum sativum COCH (Ferguson and Reid, 2005, Plant Cell Physiol 46, 1583-1589). The goal of this project is to compare the transcriptomes from wild type nodules and roots to the noot nodule one. This will allow us to unravel the similarity and differences between the wild type and mutant nodule transcriptomes but also to know which developmental pathway is under the control of the NOOT gene. --Seeds of the WT and noot mutant lines (two mutant alleles: Tnk507 and NF2717) were surface sterilized and placed at 4°C for three days on a minimal BNM medium square plate (12cm X 12cm). Seeds were germinated at room temperature and 10 seeds were placed in a row on nitrogen poor (BNM) plate. Seedlings were inoculated using Sinorhizobium meliloti Rm41 for nodule production. Some WT plants were not infected by the bacteria in order to collect roots. Nodules and r...
  6. affy_med_2011_06-Analysis of the Medicago noot mutant OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-36558

    Date Released: 06-11-2012

    Description: e and showed that it corresponds to Pisum sativum COCH (Ferguson and Reid, 2005, Plant Cell Physiol 46, 1583-1589). The goal of this project is to compare the transcriptomes from wild type nodules and roots to the noot nodule one. This will allow us to unravel the similarity and differences between the wild type and mutant nodule transcriptomes but also to know which developmental pathway is under the control of the NOOT gene. --Seeds of the WT and noot mutant lines (two mutant alleles: Tnk507 and NF2717) were surface sterilized and placed at 4°C for three days on a minimal BNM medium square plate (12cm X 12cm). Seeds were germinated at room temperature and 10 seeds were placed in a row on nitrogen poor (BNM) plate. Seedlings were inoculated using Sinorhizobium meliloti Rm41 for nodule production. Some WT plants were not infected by the bacteria in order to collect roots. Nodules and r...

  7. CCDC 101805: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination CCDC

    ID: doi:10.5517/CC3DY1G

    Release Date: 04-28-2016

    dataset.creators: Cochlin, R.L.
  8. CCDC 101804: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination CCDC

    ID: doi:10.5517/CC3DY0F

    Release Date: 04-28-2016

    dataset.creators: Cochlin, R.L.
  9. 27 Retina

    Biological Entity: Amacrine cell, Cells in ganglion cell layer

    Molecular Entity: Coch


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