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- Gonzalez, Trevor J.; Lu, Yuan; Boswell, Mikki; Boswell, William; Medrano, Geraldo; Walter, Sean; Ellis, Samuel; Savage, Markita; Varga, Zoltan M.; Lawrence, Christian; Sanders, George; Walter, Ronald B.
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology 2018 v.208 pp. 87-95
- melatonin, etc ; Danio rerio; Xiphophorus maculatus; cell movement; cell proliferation; chromosome segregation; fluorescent lighting; gene expression; genes; immune response; inflammation; lipids; males; metabolism; sequence analysis; signal transduction; skin (animal); transcription (genetics); vertebrates; xenobiotics; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Artificial light produces an emission spectrum that is considerably different than the solar spectrum. Artificial light has been shown to affect various behavior and physiological processes in vertebrates. However, there exists a paucity of data regarding the molecular genetic effects of artificial light exposure. Previous studies showed that one of the commonly used fluorescent light source (FL; ...
- Kulczykowska, Ewa; Kalamarz-Kubiak, Hanna; Gozdowska, Magdalena; Sokołowska, Ewa
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology 2018 v.218 pp. 1-7
- melatonin, etc ; Platichthys flesus; animal welfare; antioxidants; aquaculture; blood flow; cortisol; culture media; dose response; explants; fish skin; flounder; fluorescence; food deprivation; high performance liquid chromatography; in vitro studies; mammals; metabolites; stress response; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The stress hormone cortisol, together with antioxidants, melatonin (Mel) and its biologically active metabolites, 5-methoxykynuramines, including AFMK, set up a local stress response system in mammalian skin. Our in vitro study of the European flounder (Platichthys flesus) was designed to examine whether Mel and AFMK would respond to cortisol while a glucocorticoid is added to the incubation mediu ...