Shan-Liang Xu

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The serum polar lipid metabolic changes for two common cage-cultured fishes, yellow coraker Pseudosciaena crocea and Japanese seabass Lateolabrax japonicus, after tropical storm attack have been studied by ultra-performance liquid chromatography—quadrupole-time of flight mass spectrometry (UPLC-qTOF-MS). The full scan mass spectrometry combined with(More)
Flatfish is famous for the asymmetric transformation during metamorphosis. The molecular mechanism behind the asymmetric development has been speculated over a century and is still not well understood. To date, none of the metamorphosis-related genes has been identified in flatfish. As the first step to screen metamorphosis-related gene, we constructed a(More)
The gene doublesex (dsx) has shown deep conservation in the sex determination in many organisms. Environmental stimuli initiate a switch in the reproductive strategy of Daphnia pulex from asexual to sexual reproduction; however, occasionally, changes in environmental conditions will not lead to this transition. So study genetic responses to environmental(More)
BACKGROUND Chemosensory receptors, which are all G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), come in four types: odorant receptors (ORs), vomeronasal receptors, trace-amine associated receptors and formyl peptide receptor-like proteins. The ORs are the most important receptors for detecting a wide range of environmental chemicals in daily life. Most fish OR genes(More)
The full-length cDNA of a Chk1 gene (DpChk1) was cloned from Daphnia pulex using RACE method. This cDNA is 1767 bp in length, consisting of a 1497 bp open reading frame encoding 498 amino acid protein. The deduced DpChk1 protein sequence contains phosphorylation sites, three conserved Ser-Gln and Thr-Gln motifs and shares 51–55 % similarity with A. pisum,(More)
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