Identification of salt stress response genes using the Artemia transcriptome

@article{DeVos2019IdentificationOS,
  title={Identification of salt stress response genes using the Artemia transcriptome},
  author={Stephanie De Vos and Gilbert Van Stappen and Patrick Sorgeloos and Marnik Vuylsteke and Stephane Rombauts and Peter Bossier},
  journal={Aquaculture},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract Habitat salinity is a major abiotic factor governing the activity, physiology, biology and distribution of aquatic animals. Salinity changes cause salt stress, affecting crustaceans reared in aquaculture both on an ecological and economic level. Current salt stress research in aquatic animals is mainly focused on salt stress in the gills at relatively low salinity ranges. Knowledge about whole-body salinity response in crustaceans and other organisms is lacking, especially in… 
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