Analysis of alternative splicing in Arabidopsis pollen
The files contained in this repository describe data analyses investigating pollen-specific splicing patterns in Arabidopsis. The work presented is also described in an article appearing in open access journal PeerJ.
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Contains contains R Markdown (.Rmd) files describing analysis of digitized gel images of PCR products.
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Contains results from Sanger sequencing PCR amplicons, including sequence data and visualizations of sequence alignments in Integrated Genome Browser.
Contains manuscript drafts, figure files, reviewer comments, and supplemental data files.
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