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- Causey, Dwight R.; Kim, Jin-Hyoung; Stead, David A.; Martin, Samuel A.M.; Devlin, Robert H.; Macqueen, Daniel J.
- Journal of proteomics 2019 v.192 pp. 114-124
- Oncorhynchus kisutch; food production; genetically modified organisms; immune response; muscles; phenotype; polyinosinic-polycytidylic acid; protein synthesis; proteome; proteomics; salmon; selection methods; skeletal muscle; somatotropin; transgenesis
- ... In fish used for food production and scientific research, fast growth can be achieved via selective breeding or induced instantaneously via growth hormone (GH) transgenesis (GHT). The proteomic basis for these distinct routes towards a similar higher phenotype remains uncharacterized, as are associated implications for health parameters. We addressed this knowledge gap using skeletal muscle proteo ...
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- Romero, Mónica R.; Pérez-Figueroa, Andrés; Carrera, Mónica; Swanson, Willie J.; Skibinski, David O.F.; Diz, Angel P.
- Journal of proteomics 2019 v.192 pp. 169-187
- Echinoidea; Mytilus edulis; acrosome reaction; adenosine triphosphate; aquatic invertebrates; evolutionary adaptation; gene expression regulation; genomics; gonads; hybridization; males; marine ecosystems; mitochondrial genes; models; mussels; proteins; proteome; proteomics; reproductive isolation; seawater; sequence analysis; spawning; sperm capacitation; sperm motility; spermatogenesis; spermatozoa; transcriptomics
- ... Speciation mechanisms in marine organisms have attracted great interest because of the apparent lack of substantial barriers to genetic exchange in marine ecosystems. Marine mussels of the Mytilus edulis species complex provide a good model to study mechanisms underlying species formation. They hybridise extensively at many localities and both pre- and postzygotic isolating mechanisms may be opera ...
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