RNA complementary to α-amylase mRNA in barley View Full Text


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1988-03

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John C. Rogers

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Two experimental approaches demonstrate that different types of RNA complementary to α-amylase mRNA are present in barley. S1 nuclease assays identify an RNA that is complementary to essentially the full length of both the type A and type B α-amylase mRNAs. Complementarity, however, is imperfect: the S1 nuclease-resistant products can only be identified if they are electrophoresed as RNA-DNA hybrids. This RNA is present in developing endosperm + aleurone tissue and in mature aleurone tissue cultured in the absence of hormonal treatment or in the presence of abscisic acid, but not in shoot or root tissue. In mature aleurone tissue treated with abscisic acid, its steady-state abundance is similar to that of α-amylase mRNA. Northern blot analysis indicated the presence of a second type of antisense RNA. Under conditions of moderate stringency, antisense-specific probes detect discrete hybridizing species of 1.6, 1.4, and 1.0 kilobases in mature aleurone and shoot tissues that do not represent spurious "hybridization" to rRNA, α-amylase mRNA, or the abundant, G+C-rich mRNA for a probable amylase/protease inhibitor. The different results are consistent with the fact that the hybridization assay can tolerate relatively short regions of complementarity separated by large, nonhomologous sequences, while the nuclease protection assay cannot. More... »

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