methylation

dbell dbell at qnis.net
Thu Aug 16 11:40:53 EST 2001


Hey Sally

I have been sitting on your e-mail because I wanted to do some research - 
but I have been too, too busy - sorry.  I still want to look into this some 
more.

My gut instinct is that plants under stress are more prone to all kinds of 
methylation.  But, as you probably have experienced, plants don't always 
operate by our "gut instincts" ;-) !

Deanne Bell
USDA Agricultural Research Service
2021 South Peach Avenue
Fresno, CA 93727
(559) 453-3170
(559) 453-3088 fax

On Monday, August 13, 2001 7:11 AM, sally francis (IACR-BB) 
[SMTP:sally.francis at bbsrc.ac.uk] wrote:
: Dear Deanne,
:
: I've been thinking some more about your idea of methylation maybe causing
: problems with PstI digests. PstI is CXG methylation sensitive. I don't 
know
: anything about CXG methylation in plants, but I do know the plants are 
under
: quite a bit of stress at the moment. Does CXG methylation occur in 
stressed
: plants I wonder?
:
: Best wishes,
:
: Sally Francis 

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