David R. Idler
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We have developed an “all fish” growth hormone (GH) chimeric gene construct by using an antifreeze protein gene (AFP) promoter from ocean pout linked to a chinook salmon GH cDNA clone. After… Continue Reading
13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of diastereomeric C-24 alkyl sterols have been assigned. Differences in the chemical shifts of side-chain carbons permitted the determination of the absolute… Continue Reading
The circulating serum concentrations of various steroid hormones in mature sockeye salmon were measured at four different developmental stages in their upstream migration to spawn at Adams River in… Continue Reading
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the yolk formation of teleost fishes. The process of vitellogenesis in teleosts has been shown to be similar to that operating in other oviparous vertebrates.… Continue Reading
Ultracentrifugation analysis of female winter flounder plasma confirmed that in addition to vitellogenin another different lipoprotein is found as very high density lipoprotein (VHDL). Accordingly ...
A linear relationship exists between increasing levels of the indirect indicators serum total phosphoprotein phosphorus (TPP), alkali-labile phosphoprotein phosphorus (ALPP), and total calcium (Ca)… Continue Reading
Vitellogenin was isolated by affinity chromatography and gel filtration from landlocked Atlantic salmon plasma. Vitellogenin was labelled with iodine-131 using iodogen and an homologous… Continue Reading
Certain properties of semen, spermatozoa, and seminal plasma of Atlantic salmon were investigated to facilitate the development of an extender for the cryo-preservation of sperm. The seminal plasma… Continue Reading
Female rainbow troutSalmo gairdneri were exposed to 0.01 mg L−1 hydrogen cyanide (HCN) for 12 days at 12.5 ± 0.5‡C at the onset of vitellogenesis (May–June). Plasma vitellogenin levels were measured,… Continue Reading