RPS3

AcronymDefinition
RPS3Ribosomal Protein S3
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Additionally, in order to have a glimpse of the dynamics of [m.sup.5]C on mRNA, differential RNA methylation analysis was performed between breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-468 and the control cell line MCF10A; a total of 47 genes are reported to be differentially methylated, including RTN4, NME2, CASP14, HSPB1, RPL11, and RPS3, which are related to apoptosis and programmed cell death.
Rps3 is also located on MLG F (Diers et al., 1992; Demirbas et al., 2001), and the potential relationship between Rps8 and Rps3 is discussed.
Additionally, nine RFLP and two RGA loci previously mapped near Rps3 (Ashfield et al., 2003) on MLG F were screened with 15 different restriction endonucleases.
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The second QTL on U13 (near R045_1) is linked to loci controlling disease resistance [e.g., Rpgl, Rps3, and Rpvl (Cregan et al., 1999)].
To date, 13 resistance (Rps) alleles at seven loci have been described: Rps1 (Bernard et al., 1957), Rps2 (Kilen et al., 1974), Rps3 (Mueller et al., 1978), Rps4 (Athow et al., 1980), Rps5 (Buzzell and Anderson, 1981), Rps6 (Athow and Laviolette, 1982), and Rps7 (Anderson and Buzzell, 1992).
Monogenic race-specific resistance to the causal organism is known to be controlled by 13 dominant alleles at seven soybean loci, designated Rps1 (Bernard et al., 1957), Rps2 (Kilen et al., 1974), Rps3 (Mueller et al., 1978), Rps4 (Athow et al., 1980), Rps5 (Buzzell and Anderson, 1981), Rps6 (Athow and Laviolette, 1982), and Rps7 (Anderson and Buzzell, 1992).
Kottman carries the Rps1k and Rps3 genes for resistance to most populations of P.
Rsv1, for instance, is located on the F linkage group, in a small genomic region where numerous genes for resistance to the pathogens including Phytophthora sojae (Rps3) (Diets et al., 1992), Pseudomonas syringae pv.
(1992) found K644a to be linked to a Phytophthora-resistance gene, Rps3 in a Williams isoline.
These accessions were selected for further study because this reaction type would be identical for lines possessing Rps2, Rps3, Rps3c, Rps4, Rps5, Rps6, or a combination of those alleles.