Transcription profiling of acute temperature stress in the Antarctic plunderfish Harpagifer antarcticus.

  title={Transcription profiling of acute temperature stress in the Antarctic plunderfish Harpagifer antarcticus.},
  author={Michael A. S. Thorne and Gavin Burns and Keiron P. P. Fraser and Guy Hillyard and Melody S Clark},
  journal={Marine genomics},
  volume={3 1},
Harpagifer antarcticus (the Antarctic plunderfish), a shallow-water benthic fish distributed around the Antarctic Peninsula, is a member of the notothenioid family, one of whose adaptations to the cold waters of Antarctica has been the loss of the classic heat shock response. In order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the effects of temperature stress on H. antarcticus, we constructed a liver cDNA library and a 10,371 feature microarray. This was hybridized with material from a time… CONTINUE READING
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