Transcriptome analysis of the Larimichthys polyactis under heat and cold stress release_g4jriw7vonbibocmfixifvj4cm

by Tianqi Chu, Feng Liu, Gaochan Qin, Wei Zhan, Mengjie Wang, Bao Lou

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The small yellow croaker (<jats:italic>Larimichthys polyactis</jats:italic>) is an important marine economic fish that is widely distributed in the East Sea, Yellow Sea and Bohai of China. However, the wild populations of small yellow croaker are severely depleted, and there is currently a developing large-scale artificial propagation of this fish for aquaculture. However, the current variety of small yellow croaker that is cultivated is not capable to coping with large fluctuations in temperature. Therefore, it is important to understand the molecular mechanisms that are activated in response to temperature stress in the small yellow croaker. Here, we conducted transcriptomic analysis of the liver of small yellow croaker under heat and cold stress. A total of 270,844,888, 265,727,006 and 259,666,218 clean reads were generated from heat temperature group, low temperature group and control group, respectively, and comparing expression of genes in these transcriptomes,10,878 unigenes that were differential expressed were identified. Sixteen of the differentially expressed unigenes were validated by qRT-PCR. Pathway enrichment analysis identified that the ER pathway, immune signaling pathway and metabolic response pathway were affected by temperature stress. The results of this study provide a comprehensive overview of temperature stress-induced transcriptional patterns in liver tissues of the small yellow croaker. In addition, these results can guide future molecular studies of heat and cold stress response in this species for improving the stock used for aquaculture.
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