Mitochondrial Function in Antarctic Nototheniids with ND6 Translocation

@inproceedings{Mark2012MitochondrialFI,
  title={Mitochondrial Function in Antarctic Nototheniids with ND6 Translocation},
  author={Felix Christopher Mark and Magnus Lucassen and Anneli Strobel and Esteban R. Barrera-Oro and Nils Koschnick and Lorenzo Zane and Tomaso Patarnello and Hans - Otto P{\"o}rtner and C. Papetti},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Fish of the suborder Notothenioidei have successfully radiated into the Southern Ocean and today comprise the dominant fish sub-order in Antarctic waters in terms of biomass and species abundance. During evolution in the cold and stable Antarctic climate, the Antarctic lineage of notothenioids developed several unique physiological adaptations, which make them extremely vulnerable to the rapid warming of Antarctic waters currently observed. Only recently, a further phenomenon exclusive to… CONTINUE READING
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