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Table 1 Overview of the Affymetrix rice genome microarrays used for the analysis in this study

From: Antagonistic, overlapping and distinct responses to biotic stress in rice (Oryza sativa) and interactions with abiotic stress

Sample details GEO accession Rep No. arrays Tissue Publications
Biotic stress - Rice      
X.oryzae pv oryzae bacterial infection cv. IRBB21 (resistant), IR24 (susceptible) GSE43050 3 24 Leaf This study
Infection with X.oryzae pv. oryzicola bacterial infection cv. Nipponbare GSE19239 3 6 Leaf [16]
S.Hermonthica plant parasite infection cv. Nipponbare (resistant), IAC165 (susceptible) GSE10373 2 24 Root [14]
M.grisea blast fungus infection cv. Nipponbare GSE7256 2 8 Leaf [13]
M.oryzae fungus infection cv. Nipponbare GSE18361 2 6 Root [19]
Rice stripe virus infection cv. WuYun3, KT95-418 GSE11025 3 12 Seedling -
Abiotic stress - Rice      
Drought, salt, cold stress cv. IR64 GSE6901 3 12 Seedling [17]
Heat stress cv. Zhonghua 11 GSE14275 3 6 Seedling [18]
  1. The microarray experiments are classified as biotic and abiotic stress. For each microarray dataset, a brief experimental description is given with the respective cultivar (cv.) indicated, reference (where available), public Gene Expression Omnibus (GSE) identifier or MIAME Genexpress identifier (E-MEXP), the number of biological replications carried out (Reps), the number of arrays carried out in that experiment and the tissue analysed are shown.