[Arabidopsis] good set of "housekeeping" genes in AT?

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Genome-Wide Identification and Testing of Superior Reference Genes for
Transcript Normalization in Arabidopsis 
by: Tomasz Czechowski, Mark Stitt, Thomas Altmann, Michael K. Udvardi,
Wolf-Rudiger Scheible
Plant Physiol., Vol. 139, No. 1. (1 September 2005), pp. 5-17.

Chris Town
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Subject: [Arabidopsis] good set of "housekeeping" genes in AT?

What would be a good set of housekeeping genes to use for "standards" 
for comparing expression data in Arabidopsis?

Anyone have a standard list of At gene numbers that they use, e.g. 
actin, tubulin, etc.?
Dr. Karen S. Browning
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