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|CHLRE:B1B5J3||Lapins19, MichSt14A 13||2014-04-05 13:51:30 CDT||GO:0009649 entrainment of circadian clock (P)||PMID:23898163||ECO:0000315 mutant phenotype evidence used in manual assertion|
Figure 5A. Wildtype and roc15 mutant Chlamydomonas was entrained to a 12:12 light:dark cycle. The cultures were transferred to constant darkness and their tufA expression was measured with luminescence. They were then expressed to 5 minute long pulses of light. The wild type Chlamydomonas responded to the light pulses, evident by a phase shift in tufA expression. The roc15 mutant Chlamydomonas did not exhibit this phase shift. This indicate that roc15 is essential for circadian regulated phase shifts and entrainment.
|CHLRE:O48949||Lapins19, MichSt14A 13||2014-04-05 13:36:28 CDT||GO:0003756 protein disulfide isomerase activity (F)||PMID:23475997||ECO:0000314 direct assay evidence used in manual assertion|
Figure 1D. An RNase activity assay shows that denatured RNase A was refolded in the presence of CPI2. The controls were fully active RNase A and RNase A without CPI2.
|?||Lapins19, MichSt14A 13||2014-04-05 11:47:17 CDT||GO:0009853 photorespiration (Figure 1C. In the shm1 mutant, photosynthetic rates are decreased in ambient CO2 conditions compared to wild-type photosynthetic rates. This indicates that shm1 is involved in photorespiration.)||PMID:23551974||IMP: Inferred from Mutant Phenotype||challenge|
|PHATC:B7FZ64||Lapins19, MichSt14A 13||2014-04-03 11:21:33 CDT||GO:0003913 DNA photolyase activity (F)||PMID:19424294||ECO:0000314 direct assay evidence used in manual assertion|
Figure 2A. In vitro photorepair assay. A fragment of DNA had a (6-4) photoproduct at an MseI restriction. The photoproduct damage was repaired by PtCPF1. The restoration of the cut site allowed the fragment to be digested, resulting in a smaller fragment on a polyacrylamide gel. As a control, samples without the PtCPF1 protein could not be digested because the DNA damage was not repaired.
|ARATH:A1A6M1||Lapins19, MichSt14A 13||2014-04-02 22:03:05 CDT||GO:0003756 protein disulfide isomerase activity (F)||PMID:23922206||ECO:0000314 direct assay evidence used in manual assertion|
Figure 10B. Denatured RNase A was refolded into its active form in the presence of pTAC5. The activity of the RNase A was tested at intervals throughout the assay. The percent of active RNase A increased after exposure to pTAC5. After 300 minutes, the RNase A activity was 30% higher than it was at the beginning of the assay.
|?||Lapins19, MichSt14A 13||2014-04-02 16:29:24 CDT||GO:0009631 cold acclimation (Figure 4. CBF and COR genes are known members of a cold response pathway. The expression of these genes is induced by cold temperatures in wild type Arabidopsis. A cca1-11/lhy-21 double mutant exhibits basal levels of CBF and COR gene expression after exposure to cold temperatures.)||PMID:21471455||IMP: Inferred from Mutant Phenotype||challenge|
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