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Genome sequencing of the perciform fish Larimichthys crocea provides insights into molecular and genetic mechanisms of stress adaptation

PLoS Genetics

Apr 4, 2015

Jingqun AoXinhua Chen

Abstract

The large yellow croaker Larimichthys crocea (L. crocea) is one of the most economically important marine fish in China and East Asian countries. It also exhibits peculiar behavioral and physiological characteristics, especially sensitive to various environmental stresses, such as hypox...read more

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Genome sequencing of the perciform fish Larimichthys crocea provides insights into molecular and genetic mechanisms of stress adaptation

PLoS Genetics

Apr 4, 2015

Jingqun AoXinhua Chen

PMID: 25835551

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005118

Abstract

The large yellow croaker Larimichthys crocea (L. crocea) is one of the most economically important marine fish in China and East Asian countries. It also exhibits peculiar behavioral and physiological characteristics, especially sensitive to various environmental stresses, such as hypox...read more

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ALDOA gene
CRHBP gene
CRHR1 gene
CRYBA1 gene
CRYBB3 gene
MTOR gene
OTOF gene
TRIM25 gene
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