Dual-compartmental transcriptomic + proteomic analysis of a marine endosymbiosis exposed to environmental change.

@article{Mayfield2016DualcompartmentalT,
  title={Dual-compartmental transcriptomic + proteomic analysis of a marine endosymbiosis exposed to environmental change.},
  author={Anderson B Mayfield and Yu-bin Wang and Chii-Shiarng Chen and Shu-Hwa Chen and Chung-Yen Lin},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 23},
  pages={5944-5958}
}
As significant anthropogenic pressures are putting undue stress on the world's oceans, there has been a concerted effort to understand how marine organisms respond to environmental change. Transcriptomic approaches, in particular, have been readily employed to document the mRNA-level response of a plethora of marine invertebrates exposed to an array of simulated stress scenarios, with the tacit and untested assumption being that the respective proteins show a corresponding trend. To better… CONTINUE READING