Data from: Length variation in short tandem repeats affects gene expression in natural populations of Arabidopsis thaliana

William B Reinar, Vilde O Lalun, Trond Reitan, Kjetill S Jakobsen & Melinka A Butenko
The genetic basis for the fine-tuned regulation of gene expression is complex and ultimately influences the phenotype and thus the local adaptation of natural populations. Short tandem repeats (STRs) consisting of repetitive DNA motifs have been shown to regulate gene expression. STRs are variable in length within a population and serve as a heritable, but semi-reversible, reservoir of standing genetic variation. For sessile organisms such as plants, STRs could be of major importance in fine-tuning...
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