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Identification of Male Gametogenesis Expressed Genes from the Scallop Nodipecten subnodosus by Suppressive Subtraction Hybridization and Pyrosequencing
Despite the great advances in sequencing technologies, genomic and transcriptomic information for marine non-model species with ecological, evolutionary, and economical interest is still scarce. In
Polymorphism at the ITS and NTS Loci of Perkinsus marinus isolated from cultivated oyster Crassostrea corteziensis in Nayarit, Mexico and phylogentic relationship to P. marinus along the Atlantic
The most frequent polymorphism identified was at nucleotide 446 of the ITS region; however, the NTS showed the highest nucleotide diversity, thereby suggesting that this region is suitable for genotype identification.
Subchronic organismal toxicity, cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, and feeding response of pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) to lindane (γ‐HCH) exposure under experimental conditions
The results show the subchronic effects of γ‐HCH at different concentrations and effect sensitivities are categorized as filtration rate < genotoxicity < cytotoxicity > mortality, and the relevance of integral toxicity evaluation, considering different endpoints from molecular, cellular, and individual levels is discussed.
Molecular variability and genetic structure of white spot syndrome virus strains from northwest Mexico based on the analysis of genomes
The data offer insights into the diversity of the WSSV genome in one country and their divergent origin, suggest that it entered Mexico via multiple routes and that specific genome regions can accommodate substantial deletions without compromising viability.