Apiradee Hongsthong

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The present study examined the changes in protein expression in Spirulina platensis upon exposure to high temperature, with the changes in expression analyzed at the subcellular level. In addition, the transcriptional expression level of some differentially expressed proteins, the expression pattern clustering, and the protein-protein interaction network(More)
Arthrospira platensis is a cyanobacterium that is extensively cultivated outdoors on a large commercial scale for consumption as a food for humans and animals. It can be grown in monoculture under highly alkaline conditions, making it attractive for industrial production. Here we describe the complete genome sequence of A. platensis C1 strain and its(More)
The present study focused on comparative proteome analyses of low- and high-temperature stresses and potential protein-protein interaction networks, constructed by using a bioinformatics approach, in response to both stress conditions.The data revealed two important points: first, the results indicate that low-temperature stress is tightly linked with(More)
A combined stress response analysis of Spirulina platensis in terms of global di¡erentially expressed proteins, and mRNA levels and stability of fatty acid biosynthesis genes Abstract Changes in gene expression play a critical role in enhancing the ability of cyanobacteria to survive under cold conditions. In the present study, Spirulina platensis cultures(More)
Spirulina (Arthrospira) platensis is the only cyanobacterium that in addition to being studied at the molecular level and subjected to gene manipulation, can also be mass cultivated in outdoor ponds for commercial use as a food supplement. Thus, encountering environmental changes, including temperature stresses, is common during the mass production of(More)
Spirulina, a well-known cyanobacterium, is a potential alternative source for commercial γ-linolenic acid (C18:3Δ9,12,6, GLA) production. During the Spirulina desaturation process, three enzymes, which are encoded by desC, desA, and desD, respectively, introduce double bonds at the Δ9, Δ12, and Δ6 positions of stearic acid (C18:0), oleic acid (C18:1Δ9), and(More)
One of the major goals of proteomic research is the identification of proteins, a goal that often requires various software tools and databases. These tools have to be able to handle large amounts of data, such as those generated by PMF (Peptide Mass Fingerprinting), a high throughput technique. A newly sequenced organism, Spirulina platensis, was recently(More)
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