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Multi-probe in situ hybridization to whole mount Arabidopsis seedlings

Leonardo Bruno, Antonella Muto, Natasha D Spadafora, Domenico Iaria, Adriana Chiappetta, Maria Van Lijsebettens UGent and Maria B Bitonti (2011) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY. 55(2). p.197-203
abstract
In situ RNA-RNA hybridization (ISH) is a molecular method for localization of gene transcripts at the cellular level and is widely used to provide spatial and temporal information regarding gene expression. However, standard protocols are complex and laborious to implement, restricting analysis to one or a few genes at any one time, each one observed on separate ISH preparations. Multi-probe whole-mount in situ hybridization is a powerful technique to compare the expression patterns of two or more genes simultaneously in the same tissue or organ. We describe for the first time in plants, the detection of three different mRNAs in a single fixed whole mount Arabidopsis seedling. A combination of bright fluorescent secondary antibodies was used for the detection of riboprobes differentially labeled by digoxigenin, biotin and fluorescein. The 3-D detection of each of the multiple fluorescent hybridization signals or in combination was obtained through confocal laser-scanning microscopy. The reliability of the method was tested in the root, using the PINFORMED (PIN) genes with non-overlapping temporal and spatial expression patterns. In the shoot, a class-I KNOTTED -like homeobox gene from Arabidopsis (KNAT1) with expression restricted to the shoot apical meristem was used in combination with ELONGATOR3 (ELO3)gene. In addition, the expression patterns of ELONGATOR complex gene (ELO2, ELO3) and HIS TONE MONOUBIOUITINATION1 (HUB1)genes were analyzed in both shoot and root and a partial overlapping was observed. The whole procedure takes only 6 days.
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keyword
confocal microscopy, Arabidopsis thaliana, in situ hybridization, whole mount, GENE-EXPRESSION, RNA, THALIANA, EMBRYOS, GROWTH, PLANTS, LEAF, EVOLUTIONARY, FLUORESCENT
journal title
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
Int. J. Dev. Biol.
volume
55
issue
2
pages
197 - 203
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000295153900007
JCR category
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
JCR impact factor
2.823 (2011)
JCR rank
19/40 (2011)
JCR quartile
2 (2011)
ISSN
0214-6282
DOI
10.1387/ijdb.103132lb
language
English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1936396
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1936396
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2011-10-27 14:03:54
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2011-11-04 11:18:34
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  abstract     = {In situ RNA-RNA hybridization (ISH) is a molecular method for localization of gene transcripts at the cellular level and is widely used to provide spatial and temporal information regarding gene expression. However, standard protocols are complex and laborious to implement, restricting analysis to one or a few genes at any one time, each one observed on separate ISH preparations. Multi-probe whole-mount in situ hybridization is a powerful technique to compare the expression patterns of two or more genes simultaneously in the same tissue or organ. We describe for the first time in plants, the detection of three different mRNAs in a single fixed whole mount Arabidopsis seedling. A combination of bright fluorescent secondary antibodies was used for the detection of riboprobes differentially labeled by digoxigenin, biotin and fluorescein. The 3-D detection of each of the multiple fluorescent hybridization signals or in combination was obtained through confocal laser-scanning microscopy. The reliability of the method was tested in the root, using the PINFORMED (PIN) genes with non-overlapping temporal and spatial expression patterns. In the shoot, a class-I KNOTTED -like homeobox gene from Arabidopsis (KNAT1) with expression restricted to the shoot apical meristem was used in combination with ELONGATOR3 (ELO3)gene. In addition, the expression patterns of ELONGATOR complex gene (ELO2, ELO3) and HIS TONE MONOUBIOUITINATION1 (HUB1)genes were analyzed in both shoot and root and a partial overlapping was observed. The whole procedure takes only 6 days.},
  author       = {Bruno, Leonardo and Muto, Antonella and Spadafora, Natasha D and Iaria, Domenico and Chiappetta, Adriana and Van Lijsebettens, Maria and Bitonti, Maria B},
  issn         = {0214-6282},
  journal      = {INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY},
  keyword      = {confocal microscopy,Arabidopsis thaliana,in situ hybridization,whole mount,GENE-EXPRESSION,RNA,THALIANA,EMBRYOS,GROWTH,PLANTS,LEAF,EVOLUTIONARY,FLUORESCENT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {197--203},
  title        = {Multi-probe in situ hybridization to whole mount Arabidopsis seedlings},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1387/ijdb.103132lb},
  volume       = {55},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Bruno, Leonardo, Antonella Muto, Natasha D Spadafora, Domenico Iaria, Adriana Chiappetta, Maria Van Lijsebettens, and Maria B Bitonti. 2011. “Multi-probe in Situ Hybridization to Whole Mount Arabidopsis Seedlings.” International Journal of Developmental Biology 55 (2): 197–203.
APA
Bruno, L., Muto, A., Spadafora, N. D., Iaria, D., Chiappetta, A., Van Lijsebettens, M., & Bitonti, M. B. (2011). Multi-probe in situ hybridization to whole mount Arabidopsis seedlings. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 55(2), 197–203.
Vancouver
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Bruno L, Muto A, Spadafora ND, Iaria D, Chiappetta A, Van Lijsebettens M, et al. Multi-probe in situ hybridization to whole mount Arabidopsis seedlings. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY. 2011;55(2):197–203.
MLA
Bruno, Leonardo, Antonella Muto, Natasha D Spadafora, et al. “Multi-probe in Situ Hybridization to Whole Mount Arabidopsis Seedlings.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 55.2 (2011): 197–203. Print.