Ontogeny of α-Amylase Gene Expression in Sea Bass Larvae (Lates calcarifer)

@article{Ma2001OntogenyO,
  title={Ontogeny of α-Amylase Gene Expression in Sea Bass Larvae (Lates calcarifer)},
  author={Peisong Ma and Balasubramaniam Sivaloganathan and Prakash Kudumala Reddy and Woon Khiong Chan and Toong Jin Lam},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
  year={2001},
  volume={3},
  pages={463-469}
}
The enzymatic activities of α-amylase and its corresponding messenger RNA levels in developing sea bass (Lates calcarifer) larvae were studied from hatching until 27 days post hatching (dph). An increasing activity of amylase enzyme was measured until 5 dph, and the activity gradually decreased thereafter and reached a constant level by 12 dph. To achieve a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying amylase expression, we have cloned and sequenced a 318-bp fragment of α-amylase… CONTINUE READING

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