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Genomics in marine monitoring: new opportunities for assessing marine health status.
- S. Bourlat, Á. Borja, +12 authors M. Obst
- Biology, Medicine
- Marine pollution bulletin
- 15 September 2013
This viewpoint paper explores the potential of genomics technology to provide accurate, rapid, and cost efficient observations of the marine environment. The use of such approaches in next generation… Expand
The nuclear receptor gene family in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, contains a novel subfamily group
BackgroundNuclear receptors are a superfamily of transcription factors important in key biological, developmental and reproductive processes. Several of these receptors are ligand- activated and… Expand
Development of a Medium Density Combined-Species SNP Array for Pacific and European Oysters (Crassostrea gigas and Ostrea edulis)
- A. P. Gutierrez, F. Turner, +7 authors R. Houston
- Biology, Medicine
- G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics
- 22 May 2017
SNP arrays are enabling tools for high-resolution studies of the genetic basis of complex traits in farmed and wild animals. Oysters are of critical importance in many regions from both an ecological… Expand
Juvenile King Scallop, Pecten maximus, Is Potentially Tolerant to Low Levels of Ocean Acidification When Food Is Unrestricted
The decline in ocean water pH and changes in carbonate saturation states through anthropogenically mediated increases in atmospheric CO2 levels may pose a hazard to marine organisms. This may be… Expand
Signatures of selection for bonamiosis resistance in European flat oyster (Ostrea edulis): New genomic tools for breeding programs and management of natural resources
The European flat oyster (Ostrea edulis) is a highly appreciated mollusk with an important aquaculture production throughout the 20th century, in addition to playing an important role on coastal… Expand
Laser-capture dissection and immunohistochemistry reveals chloride and mucous-cell specific gene expression in gills of seawater acclimated Atlantic salmon Salmo salar.
Laser-capture microdissection and immunohistochemistry were used to show that gene and protein expression varied in different cell types in the gills of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar, with chloride… Expand
A Review of the Tools Used for Marine Monitoring in the UK: Combining Historic and Contemporary Methods with Modeling and Socioeconomics to Fulfill Legislative Needs and Scientific Ambitions
Marine environmental monitoring is undertaken to provide evidence that environmental management targets are being met. Moreover, monitoring also provides context to marine science and over the last… Expand
Oxidative DNA damage may not mediate Ni-induced genotoxicity in marine mussels: assessment of genotoxic biomarkers and transcriptional responses of key stress genes.
- Lorna J. Dallas, T. Bean, Andrew Turner, B. Lyons, A. Jha
- Biology, Medicine
- Mutation research
- 14 June 2013
Nickel (Ni) is a known carcinogenic and mutagenic compound and an important contaminant of aquatic environments. Ni toxicity and its potential impact on aquatic organisms are, however, not well… Expand
Exposure to tritiated water at an elevated temperature: Genotoxic and transcriptomic effects in marine mussels (M. galloprovincialis).
- L. Dallas, T. Bean, A. Turner, B. Lyons, A. Jha
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Journal of environmental radioactivity
- 1 November 2016
Temperature is an abiotic factor of particular concern for assessing the potential impacts of radionuclides on marine species. This is particularly true for tritium, which is discharged as tritiated… Expand
Genomic Selection for Growth Traits in Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas): Potential of Low-Density Marker Panels for Breeding Value Prediction
Pacific oysters are a key aquaculture species globally, and genetic improvement via selective breeding is a major target. Genomic selection has the potential to expedite genetic gain for key target… Expand