Tipsuda Thongbuakaew

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Macrobrachium rosenbergii is the most economically important of the cultured freshwater crustacean species, yet there is currently a deficiency in genomic and transcriptomic information for research requirements. In this study, we present an in silico analysis of neuropeptide genes within the female M. rosenbergii eyestalk, central nervous system, and(More)
Crustacean neuropeptides (NPs) play important roles in the regulation of most physiological activities, including growth, molting and reproduction. In this study, we have performed an in silico analysis of female prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) neural transcriptomes to identify NPs not previously identified. We predict that approximately 1309 proteins are(More)
The giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii, is important to many Asian countries due to its high economic value as an aquaculture product. With demand increasing, there is requirement for a better understanding of the biosynthetic components that regulate its growth and reproduction, including steroids, in order to help increase production.(More)
The giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii, is a decapod crustacean that is commercially important as a food source. Farming of commercial crustaceans requires an efficient management strategy because the animals are easily subjected to stress and diseases during the culture. Autophagy, a stress response process, is well-documented and conserved(More)
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