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- Cui, Qian; Chen, Fang-Yi; Zhang, Min; Peng, Hui; Wang, Ke-Jian
- Aquatic toxicology 2019 v.206 pp. 134-141
- Oryzias melastigma; Pagrus major; antimicrobial properties; benzo(a)pyrene; cell culture; chemotaxis; fish; gene expression regulation; hepcidin; models; neutrophils; signal transduction; transcription (genetics); transcription factor NF-kappa B; transcriptomics; unigenes
- ... Our previous study revealed that an antimicrobial peptide hepcidin, can be significantly up-regulated either with LPS challenge or upon exposure to Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) in red sea bream, but the molecular mechanism involved in whether the transcriptional expression of hepcidin induced by LPS or BaP is regulated through a similar signaling pathway is not yet known. To elucidate the underlying molec ...
- Konschak, M.; Zubrod, J.P.; Baudy, P.; Englert, D.; Herrmann, B.; Schulz, R.; Bundschuh, M.
- Aquatic toxicology 2019 v.206 pp. 33-42
- Gammarus fossarum; Trichoptera; adults; aquatic ecosystems; copper; diet; energy; food choices; food quality; fungicides; insects; larvae; leaves; life history; lipids; mortality; protein content
- ... It is well-documented that fungicides can affect crustacean leaf shredders via two effect pathways, namely waterborne exposure and their diet (i.e., via dietary uptake of fungicides adsorbed to leaf material and an altered microorganism-mediated food quality). As a consequence of different life history strategies, the relevance of these effect pathways for aquatic shredders belonging to other taxo ...