Dawn Burst Network

The early morning is an important time for plants, because this is when the circadian clock is entrained by light and temperature signals. Plants are also more resilient to many kinds of abiotic and biotic stresses in the early morning. This website contains our predicted early morning gene regulatory network.

We used dynGenie3 (a time-delay network inference algorithm) and intersected the resulting network with DNA binding data.

Please e-mail daphne.ezer@york.ac.uk for any assistance and please cite https://doi.org/10.1101/128371 when using this website.

Observe patterns in the complete network:

Browse data »

Search for a particular gene in the network:

Single Gene View »

Important Note 1: By TAIR ID, we mean a gene in this format: ATxGxxxxx. For instance, PIF4 would be labelled as AT2G43010, PIF3 would be AT1G09530, and PYE (the example shown in the manuscript) would be AT3G47640. It is fine to use lower-case or upper-case, and to include trailing spaces. If you still can't get it to work, it may be because you are copying a hidden character and it would be better to use a different text editor or type in the gene names straight into the box.