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Validating internal controls for quantitative plant gene expression studies

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Br.] a widely used grain and forage crop, is grown in areas frequented with one or more abiotic stresses, has superior drought and heat tolerance and considered a model crop for stress tolerance studies.Selection of suitable reference genes for quantification of target stress-responsive gene expression through quantitative real-time (q RT)-PCR is important for elucidating the molecular mechanisms of improved stress tolerance.

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Results of this study can help in the selection of reference genes for quantitative real time PCR (q RT-PCR) normalization in pearl millet that will contribute towards more accurate and reliable quantification of transcripts in this important crop of the drylands.As a result, EF1-γ, IF3G1, and EF1-β were the three most stable genes in different tissues of P.ginseng, while IF3G1, ACT11, and GAPDH were the top three-ranked genes in seedlings treated with heat.Using three better reference genes alone or in combination as internal control, we examined the expression profiles of MAR, a multiple function-associated m RNA-like non-coding RNA (mlnc RNA) in P. Taken together, we recommended EF1-γ/IF3G1 and IF3G1/ACT11 as the suitable pair of reference genes for RT-q PCR analysis of gene expression in different tissues of P.ginseng and the seedlings grown under heat stress, respectively.In this study, five housekeeping genes, actin (ACT), α-tubulin (TUA), ß-tubulin (TUB), ubiquitin (UBI), 18S r RNA (18S) and one target gene, diacylglycerol acyltransferase (DGAT), were used for determining the reference.