orexin-a (hypocretin 1)-like immunoreactivity in growth hormone-containing cells of the japanese seaperch (lateolabrax japonicus) pituitary.immunohistochemical techniques were employed to investigate the distribution of orexin-a-like immunoreactivity in the japanese seaperch (lateolabrax japonicus) pituitary. orexin-a-immunoreactive cells were concentrated in the proximal part of the pars distalis. we found that these cells corresponded to the cells immunostained with antiserum against salmon growth hormone (sgh). immunoelectron microscopic analysis indicated that the orexin-a-like substance and gh coexisted in the secretory granule ...200717027984
[five cases of diphyllobothrium latum infection]five cases of diphyllobothrium latum infection were proved by collection of worms after treatment with bithionol, niclosamide or praziquantel, during 1975~1983. the patients were 4 males and one female aged 10-64 years residing in seoul or wando-gun, chollanam-do, korea. all of them remembered the history of eating several kinds of raw marine fish and 2 persons said they ate the raw flesh of perch, lateolabrax japonicus. three among them experienced abdominal pain, 2 natural discharge of a chain ...198312902645
identification and pathogenicity of vibrio ponticus affecting cultured japanese sea bass, lateolabrax japonicus (cuvier in cuvier and valenciennes).to rapidly determine the causative agent of mass death in lateolabrax japonicus in zhelin bay of guangdong province in china in april 2004.200717594462
cloning and organisation analysis of a hepcidin-like gene and cdna from japan sea bass, lateolabrax japonicus.a hepcidin gene was amplified from the liver of lateolabrax japonicus challenged with a mixed bacterial suspension. using rt-pcr and race, a full length cdna sequence of the hepcidin like antimicrobial peptide was determined. the complete hepcidin cdna hepc2 is 581 bases and contains an orf of 258 bases with a coding capacity of 86 amino acids. the deduced amino acid sequence, which shares eight cysteines at the identical conserved positions, and gene organisation are conserved between japan sea ...200616631380
deep sequencing-based transcriptome profiling analysis of bacteria-challenged lateolabrax japonicus reveals insight into the immune-relevant genes in marine fish.systematic research on fish immunogenetics is indispensable in understanding the origin and evolution of immune systems. this has long been a challenging task because of the limited number of deep sequencing technologies and genome backgrounds of non-model fish available. the newly developed solexa/illumina rna-seq and digital gene expression (dge) are high-throughput sequencing approaches and are powerful tools for genomic studies at the transcriptome level. this study reports the transcriptome ...201020707909
feeding by the pfiesteria-like heterotrophic dinoflagellate luciella explore the feeding ecology of the pfiesteria-like dinoflagellate (pld) luciella masanensis (genbank accession no. am050344, previously lucy), we investigated the feeding behavior and the kinds of prey species that l. masanensis fed on and determined its growth and ingestion rates of l. masanensis when it fed on the dinoflagellate amphidinium carterae and an unidentified cryptophyte species (equivalent spherical diam., esd=5.6 microm), which were the dominant phototrophic species when l. masa ...200717552978
pathogenesis of gastroenteritis caused by vibrio carchariae in cultured marine fish.serious mortality among the cultured grouper epinephelus coioides, characterized by a swollen intestine containing yellow fluid (gastroenteritis), occurred in 1993 in taiwan. a bacterium isolated from the intestinal fluid and head kidney of moribund groupers was identified as vibrio carchariae. since then, the same vibrio species has also been isolated from moribund black sea bream acanthopagrus schlegeli, yellowfin sea bream a. latus, japanese sea bass lateolabrax japonicus, and red drum sciaen ...200214961260
molecular cloning and mrna expression analysis of interleukin-8 gene in japanese sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus).interleukin-8 (il-8), the first known chemokine, is a cxc chemokine, which is cable of attracting neutrophils and inducing them to release lysozomal enzymes, triggering the respiratory burst. in the present study, the cdna of an il-8 was cloned from japanese sea perch lateolabrax japonicus (designated ljil-8) by homology cloning and rapid amplification of cdna ends (race) approaches. the full-length cdna of ljil-8 consisted of 803 nucleotides with a canonical polyadenylation signal sequence aata ...200918563627
hepatic fatty acid-binding proteins of a teleost, lateolabrax japonicus. the primary structures and location of a disulfide bond.two fatty acid-binding proteins (fabp), fabp-1 and fabp-2, were purified from the liver cytosol of the teleost, lateolabrax japonicus (japan sea bass), and characterized. the complete primary structure of fabp-2 was determined by protein analysis to be the following: mdfsgtwqvy aqenyeeflr amelpadvik makdikpite ikqsgndfvv tsktpgktvt nsftigkead ittmdgkkir cvvnleggkl vcntgkfchi qelrggemve tltmgsttli rkskkm. partial peptide sequences of fabp-1 were also determined. phylogenetic analysis indicates th ...200111134959
trace elements in two marine fish cultured in fish cages in fujian province, china.two cultured marine fish, the japanese seabass (lateolabrax japonicus) and red seabream (pagrus major) were collected from eight fish cage sites along the coast of fujian province in china. the concentrations of ag, as, cd, co, cu, fe, mn, se, and zn in their muscle, stomach and liver tissue were quantified. the risk of these trace elements to humans through fish consumption was then assessed. the highest concentrations of as, cd, se and zn in fish feed from fish cages were found in dongshan sta ...201020149944
effects of cooking and subcellular distribution on the bioaccessibility of trace elements in two marine fish current human health risk assessment, the maximum acceptable concentrations of contaminants in food are mostly based on the total concentrations. however, the total concentration of contaminants may not always reflect the available amount. bioaccessibility determination is thus required to improve the risk assessment of contaminants. this study used an in vitro digestion model to assess the bioaccessibility of several trace elements (as, cd, cu, fe, se, and zn) in the muscles of two farmed ma ...201020192204
biochemical characterization of trypsins from the hepatopancreas of japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus).a cationic trypsin (trypsin a) and an anionic trypsin (trypsin b) were highly purified from the hepatopancreas of the japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus) by ammonium sulfate precipitation, column chromatographies of deae-sepharose and sephacryl s-200 hr. purified trypsins revealed single band on sds-page and their molecular masses were 21kda and 21.5kda, respectively. trypsins a and b exhibited maximal activity at 40°c, and shared the same optimal ph at 9.0 using boc-phe-ser-arg-mca as the ...201121515400
studies on intestinal trematodes in korea xi. two cases of human infection by heterophyes heterophyes nocens.two human cases of heterophyes heterophyes nocens infection were proved by identifying adult worms after treatment with bithionol or praziquantel in 1983 in korea. they are 37 (case 1) and 24-year old (case 2) males whose residence or native village is a southern coastal area in kohung-gun, chollanam-do. the case 1 had the gastrointestinal symptoms such as epigastric pain and indigestion, and the case 2 heart problems such as arrhythmia and ventricular premature beat in ekg and digestive symptom ...198412891029
change of volatile compounds in fresh fish meat during ice storage.the change of volatile compounds in fresh fish meat during 3- to 4-d ice storage was investigated for several fishes using an electronic nose system and a gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (gc/ms) with headspace solid-phase micro-extraction (spme). principal component analyses for samples using the electronic nose system revealed that the increase of some volatile compounds during storage was rapid in sardine (sardinops melanostictus), jack mackerel (trachurus japonicus), and chub mackerel (s ...201122416694
studies on intestinal trematodes in korea xiii. two cases of natural human infection by heterophyopsis continua and the status of metacercarial infection in brackish water fishes.two cases of natural human infection by heterophyopsis continua (heterophyidae) were identified by collection of adult worms in 1983 in korea. and in order to know the source of infection a study on fish intermediate hosts was performed along the southwestern coastal areas. the cases were 24 and 50-year old males residing in southern coastal areas. they had the clinical complaints of non-specific gastrointestinal symptoms such as epigastric pain and one of them also complained the discharge of t ...198412891031
[effects of two organic pollutants on biomarker system of fish lateolabrax japonicus and the pollution assessment].responses of a select suite of protective enzymes in lateolabrax japonicus including superoxide dismutase (sod), catalase (cat), glutathione peroxidase (gpx), reduced glutathione (gsh) glutathione s-transferase (gst), nitric oxide synthase (inos) in liver tissue and brain acetylcholinesterase (ache), which could work as sensitively biochemical biomarkers were analyzed when exposed to different concentrations of sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate (sdbs) and benzo[a]pyrene (b[a]p) under controlled la ...201020358846
biochemical characterization of chymotrypsins from the hepatopancreas of japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus).two chymotrypsins (chymotrypsins a and b) have been purified to homogeneity from the hepatopancreas of japanese sea bass ( lateolabrax japonicus ) by ammonium sulfate fractionation and chromatographies on deae-sepharose and phenyl-sepharose. two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-de) analysis revealed that the molecular masses of chymotrypsins a and b were approximately 27.0 and 27.5 kda, respectively. their respective isoelectric points were 8.0 and 7.0. purified chymotrypsins also revealed a singl ...201020568769
effect of 17beta-estradiol on the immunocompetence of japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus).environmental contaminants can interfere with hormonal regulation in both vertebrates and invertebrates, and these contaminants may disrupt the endocrine system of human and other organisms. evidence is growing that contaminants may be partly responsible for the observed increase of disease in marine organisms by adversely affecting their immunity. fish are commonly used as sentinel organisms in vertebrate immunotoxicology; however, to date, studies have been undertaken only on a single size gro ...200919642830
construction and characterization of a cdna library from head kidney of japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus).in this paper, a cdna expression library from head kidney of japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus) was constructed for the first time. the first-strand cdna was synthesized with moloney murine leukaemia virus reverse transcriptase and the double-stranded cdna was digested by xho i enzyme. size fractionation was performed on chroma spin-400 columns. cdna fragments longer than 500 bps were ligated into the lambdazapexpress vector. the recombinant dna was packaged in vitro with gigapack iii gol ...200919404769
transfer of paralytic shellfish toxins via marine food chains: a simulated study the transfer of paralytic shellfish toxins (pst) using four simulated marine food chains: dinoflagellate alexandrium tamarense --> artemia artemia salina --> mysid shrimp neomysis awatschensis; a. tamarense --> n. awatschensis; a. tamarense --> a. salina --> perch lateolabrax japonicus; and a. tamarense --> l. japonicus.200717672215
fish gambler's tenosynovitis caused by mycobacterium marinum: environmental investigation of a fishing pond in southern taiwan.we describe a patient with mycobacterium marinum tenosynovitis associated with a fish spine injury acquired at a gambling fishing pond in southern taiwan and identify the source of the infection. m. marinum was isolated from fishing ponds and underground water and wastewater at the site. the isolates shared the same pulsed-field gel electrophoresis pattern as the patient. m. marinum was not detected in 54 samples obtained from 27 fish. mycobacterium gordonae was isolated from 24 samples collecte ...200717572037
construction of a recombinant plasmid containing multi-copy cpg motifs and its effects on the innate immune responses of aquatic animals.bacterial dna and synthetic oligodeoxynucleotides (odns) containing unmethylated cpg dinucleotides (cpg motifs) have been shown to induce potential immune responses. in this study, we designed a recombinant plasmid containing multi-copy cpg motifs, and observed its effects on innate immune responses of fish and prawn. the results showed that such plasmid dna, compared to the vacant vector, can highly induce the activation of head kidney macrophages and the proliferation of peripheral blood leuko ...200717475508
characterization of vamp-2 gene from marine teleostean, lateolabrax japonicus.the whole length spv2 gene of 715 bp, encoding vamp-2 protein of 110 amino acids from japanese sea perch, lateolabrax japonicus, was obtained by using both rt-pcr and anchored pcr strategies while we initiated the structural and functional study on snare proteins in marine teleostean. analysis of the deduced amino acid sequence indicated that spv2 has its core arginine residue, a potential n-linked glycosylation site near its n-terminal, and one transmembrane domain in its c-terminal. advanced s ...200617312998
permanent genetic resources added to molecular ecology resources database 1 august 2009-30 september 2009.this article documents the addition of 238 microsatellite marker loci and 72 pairs of single nucleotide polymorphism (snp) sequencing primers to the molecular ecology resources database. loci were developed for the following species: adelges tsugae, artemisia tridentata, astroides calycularis, azorella selago, botryllus schlosseri, botrylloides violaceus, cardiocrinum cordatum var. glehnii, campylopterus curvipennis, colocasia esculenta, cynomys ludovicianus, cynomys leucurus, cynomys gunnisoni, ...201021565018
antimicrobial resistance of vibrio parahaemolyticus and vibrio alginolyticus strains isolated from farmed fish in korea from 2005 through 2007.the antimicrobial resistance patterns to 15 antimicrobial agents of vibrio parahaemolyticus and vibrio alginolyticus isolated from farmed fishes, including olive flounder (paralichthys olivaceus), black rockfish (sebastes schlegeli), red sea bream (pagrus major), and sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus), were investigated from 2005 through 2007. a total of 218 v. parahaemolyticus isolates and 153 v. alginolyticus isolates were obtained from the 180 fish samples collected from fish farms located alon ...201121375873
kudoa iwatai and two novel kudoa spp., k. trachuri n. sp. and k. thunni n. sp. (myxosporea: multivalvulida), from daily consumed marine fish in western japan.infection of marine fish by certain myxosporean species of the genus kudoa results in unsightly cyst formation in the trunk muscle or post-mortem myoliquefaction, causing a great economic loss to aquaculture industries, capture fisheries, and fish dealers. in addition, consumers encountering unsightly kudoa cysts in fish fillets believe them to be unknown foreign materials acquired during processing. to identify prevalent kudoa spp. encountered in daily life by the japanese population, fresh fis ...201021053015
comparative researches on effects of sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate and sodium dodecyl sulfate upon lateolabrax japonicus biomarker lateolabrax japonicus were exposed to anion surfactant sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate (sdbs) and sodium dodecyl sulfate (sds) at 1mg/l, respectively, for 6, 12 and 18d, with one control group. liver antioxidant enzymes, including superoxide dismutase (sod), catalase (cat), glutathione peroxidase (gpx), reduced glutathione (gsh) and glutathione s-transferase (gst) were determined; brain acetylcholinesterase (ache) and liver inducible nitric oxide synthase (inos) activities were also measure ...200521783627
detection and isolation of p-nitrophenol-lowering bacteria from intestine of marine fishes caught in japanese determine the existence of p-nitrophenol (pnp)-lowering bacteria in intestine of japanese coastal fish, the gastro-intestinal contents were incubated in brain heart infusion (bhi) broth and minimal medium (mm) broths containing 1 mmol/l pnp at 30 -¦c for 7 days. among 26 samples of 19 fish species, 17 samples showed a decrease in pnp of 0.5-0.8 mmol/l in bhi broth, but no decrease was shown in mm broth. eighteen pnp-lowering bacterial strains were isolated from four fishes. all of the strains ...201121724207
molecular characterization and expression analysis of mitochondrial antiviral signaling protein gene in sea perch, lateolabrax japonicus.the mitochondrial antiviral signaling protein (mavs) is vital for host defenses against viral infection by inducing expression of type i interferon. here, the mavs of sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus) (ljmavs) was cloned and analyzed. the complete cdna sequence of ljmavs was 3207 bp and encoded a polypeptide of 601 amino acids. ljmavs contains an n-terminal card-like domain, a central proline-rich domain and a c-terminal transmembrane domain. phylogenetic analysis indicated that ljmavs exhibited ...201626493015
complete genome sequence of a fish nervous necrosis virus isolated from sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus) in china.we sequenced and analyzed the complete genome of a fish nervous necrosis virus isolated from diseased sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus) in guangdong province, china. the virus genome contains rna1 (3,103 bp) and rna2 (1,433 bp). phylogenetic analysis shows that the virus belongs to the redspotted grouper nervous necrosis virus genotype of betanodavirus.201526044411
seasonal features of heterophyopsis continua metacercariae in perches, lateolabrax japonicus, and infectivity to the final the second intermediate host, the perch lateolabrax japonicus provides metacercariae of heterophyopsis continua to man. fry of the perch arrive at and grow to mid-sized fish in the brackish water of jinju bay, south korea. the h. continua metacercariae occur in perch as small and mid-sized forms in july and grow to the large form by august. the size distribution of metacercariae shifts dominantly to the large form in september and then remains as it was. adult h. continua recovery was high fr ...201121845407
molecular cloning, expression and functional analysis of tnf13b (baff) in japanese sea perch, lateolabrax japonicus.members of the tumor necrosis factor (tnf) family play key roles in the regulation of inflammation, immune responses and tissue homeostasis. here we describe the identification of the japanese sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus) homologue of mammalian b cell activating factor of the tnf family (baff/blys) (designated ljbaff). the cdna contains an open reading frame (orf) of 783 nucleotides that are translated into a predicted 260 amino acid protein. like most known baffs, japanese sea perch baff c ...201122032840
infection status of estuarine fish and oysters with intestinal fluke metacercariae in muan-gun, jeollanam-do, korea.the source of human infection with intestinal flukes was surveyed in estuarine fishes, including the dotted gizzard shad, common sea bass, common blackish goby, redlip mullet, black sea bream, and oyster collected from muan-gun, jeollanam-do, korea during august and september 2007. collected fishes and oysters were artificially digested in pepsin-hcl solution and examined under a stereomicroscope. in 36 shads (konosirus punctatus) and 20 basses (lateolabrax japonicus) examined, heterophyopsis co ...201222949748
identification of sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus) ribonucleoprotein ptb-binding 1 involved in antiviral immune response against rgnnv.rig-i-like receptors (rlrs) can recognize viral rna and initiate innate antiviral response. in earlier studies, we demonstrated that rlrs were implicated in the antiviral immunity against rgnnv in the seawater fish sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus). however, potential regulators of rlrs-mediated signaling pathways involved in rgnnv infection remain unclear. in this study, a novel ribonucleoprotein ptb-binding 1 (raver1) of sea perch (ljraver1) was identified for the first time. the cdna of ljrav ...201727876623
identification and characterization of the melanoma differentiation - associated gene 5 in sea perch, lateolabrax japonicus.the rig-i-like receptors family is a group of cytosolic rna helicase proteins that can recognize viral rna via binding to pathogen associated molecular pattern motifs within rna ligands. a novel vertebrate rlr counterpart named ljmda5 was firstly identified from the marine fish sea perch lateolabrax japonicus in this study. the full-length cdna of ljmda5 is 3750 bp and encodes a polypeptide of 988 amino acids, containing two n-terminal tandem caspase activation and recruitment domains, a dexh (a ...201627039216
[application of polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism and lab-on-a-chip technology to the identification of fish species from bohai bay].nine representative fish species from bohai bay were identified by polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism (pcr-rflp) and lab-on-a-chip technology. the nine fish species were pseudosciaena polyactis, lateolabrax japonicus, scomberomorus niphonius, pneumatophorus japonicus, pseudopleuronectes yokohamae, collichthys lucidus, sebastes schlegeli, cleisthenes herzensteini and saurida elongata. the 464 bp fragment of mitochondrial cytochrome b gene was amplified and further ...201122097795
identification, molecular cloning of il-1β and its expression profile during nocardia seriolae infection in largemouth bass, micropterus the present study, il-1β cdna was identified and analyzed from largemouth bass (micropterus salmoides). full length il-1β mrna was obtained using rapid amplification of cdna ends (race), which contains 78 bp 3'-utr, a 455 bp 5'-utr, and an open reading frame (orf) of 702 bp coding for 233 amino acid residues. the molecular weight and theoretical isoelectric point of largemouth bass il-1β protein was predicted to be 26.7 kda and 6.08 respectively. a largemouth bass il-1β phylogenetic analysis ...201627706080
hysterothylacium simile n. sp. and h. aduncum (rudolphi, 1802) (nematoda: raphidascarididae) from marine fishes in the bohai and yellow sea, china, with comments on the record of h. paralichthydis (yamaguti, 1941) from chinese waters.hysterothylacium simile n. sp., collected from the japanese seabass lateolabrax japonicus (cuvier) (perciformes: lateolabracidae) in the bohai sea off china, is described using both light and scanning electron microscopy. the new species differs from its congeners in the presence of narrow lateral alae originating a short distance posterior to the base of the ventrolateral lips, a long intestinal caecum (60.4-79.1% of oesophageal length) and a relatively short ventricular appendix (intestinal ca ...201323263941
response of integrated biomarkers of fish (lateolabrax japonicus) exposed to benzo[a]pyrene and sodium dodecylbenzene lateolabrax japonicus were exposed to 0.1 and 1mg/l of anion surfactant sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate (sdbs) and to 2 and 20 microg/l of benzo[a]pyrene (b[a]p) for 6, 12, and 18 days, with control and solvent control groups. liver antioxidant enzymes, including superoxide dismutase (sod), catalase (cat), glutathione peroxidase (gpx), reduced glutathione (gsh), and glutathione s-transferase (gst), were determined; brain acetylcholinesterase (ache) and liver inducible nitric oxide synthase ...200616256195
a phylogeny of the temperate seabasses (moronidae) characterized by a translocation of the mt-nd6 gene.the entire mitochondrial genome of the striped bass morone saxatilis was sequenced together with the mitochondrial (mt) control regions of the white bass morone chrysops, white perch morone americana, yellow bass morone mississippiensis, spotted seabass dicentrarchus punctatus, european seabass dicentrarchus labrax and the japanese seabass lateolabrax japonicus. the resultant 17 580 base pair circular genome of m. saxatilis contains 38 genes (13 proteins, 23 transfer rnas and two ribosomal rnas) ...201222220893
molecular cloning and expression analysis of the myostatin gene in sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus).myostatin (mstn) is a member of the transforming growth factor-beta (tgf-beta) superfamily that functions as a negative regulator of skeletal muscle development and growth in mammals. however, few reports are available about the structure and function of mstn in teleost. here, the mstn gene was cloned from sea perch (lateolabrax japonicus) by homology cloning and genomic walking. in the 4873-bp genomic sequence, three exons, two introns, and 5' and 3' flanking sequences were identified. the sea ...200817308997
heterophyid metacercarial infections in brackish water fishes from jinju-man (bay), kyongsangnam-do, korea.heterophyid metacercarial infections in brackish water fishes, i.e., perch, shad, mullet, redlip mullet, and goby, of jinju-man (bay), kyongsangnam-do, korea, were investigated using a digestion technique. among 45 perch (lateolabrax japonicus), the metacercariae of heterophyopsis continua were found in 55.6% (18.5 metacercariae per fish), stictodora spp. in 28.9% (3.6), and metagonimus takahashii in 6.7% (17.0). the metacercariae of h. continua were detected in 23 (65.7%) of 35 shad (konosirus ...200616514276
importation of aquaculture seedlings to japan.japan is one of the largest consumers of fishery products in the world. importation of various fishery commodities - including larvae and eggs for aquaculture - is increasing due to high consumer demand. elvers of anguilla anguilla have been imported from europe since the late 1960s. eyed eggs of coho salmon (oncorhynchus kisutch) are imported from north america. during the last decade, over-production caused the price of japanese amberjack (or 'yellowtail') (seriola quinqueradiata) and japanese ...19968890372
interspecies differences in the accumulation of tributyltin and its metabolites under dietary exposure in sea perch, lateolabrax japonicus, and red sea bream, pagrus major.interspecies differences in the accumulation of dietary tributyltin (tbt) between sea perch, lateolabrax japonicus, and red sea bream, pagrus major, were studied. although tbts in both species reached steady-state condition in low-concentration group (l-group, 200 ng/g nominal concentration) by 1 week, it increased up to the end of exposure in high-concentration group (h-group, 3000 ng/g nominal concentration). in h-group, the accumulation rate of tbt in sea perch from 1 to 2 weeks was much high ...201119658170
redescription of the fish parasite nerocila japonica schioedte & meinert, 1881 (crustacea: isopoda: cymothoidae), with comments on previous records of n. acuminata in japanese waters.nerocila japonica schioedte & meinert, 1881 is redescribed based on the holotype and specimens from various localities in japanese waters. the following fishes are recorded as new hosts: tribolodon hakonensis (cyprinidae), mugil cephalus, liza affinis, chelon haematocheilus (mugilidae), lateolabrax japonicus, l. latus (lateolabracidae), acanthopagrus latus, a. schlegelii schlegelii (sparidae), rhyncopelates oxyrhynchus (terapontidae), ditrema viride, d. temminckii temminckii (embiotocidae), chae ...201222183924
comparative metabolomic and ionomic approach for abundant fishes in estuarine environments of japan.environmental metabolomics or ionomics is widely used to characterize the effects of environmental stressors on the health of aquatic organisms. however, most studies have focused on liver and muscle tissues of fish, and little is known about how the other organs are affected by environmental perturbations and effects such as metal pollutants or eutrophication. we examined the metabolic and mineral profiles of three kinds of abundant fishes in estuarine ecosystem, yellowfin goby, urohaze-goby, a ...201425387575
[infection status with the metacercariae of heterophyid flukes in the brackish water fish from haenam-gun, chollanam-do, korea].an epidemiological survey was performed to know the infection status of heterophyid fluke metacercariae in the brackish water fishes purchased from a local market in haenam-gun, chollanam-do, korea from november to december, 1991. a total 20 out of 30 shads (konosirus punctatus) examined were infected with the metacercariae of h. continua (average number of larvae per an infected fish: 2.7). of 20 perches (lateolabrax japonicus), 19 were infected with the metacercariae of h. continua (average nu ...19947953241
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (pah) metabolites in marine fishes as a specific biomarker to indicate pah pollution in the marine coastal this study, analysis methods for the pah metabolites of naphthalene (na), pyrene (py) and benzo(a)pyrene (bap) with different benzo-rings (2-4-5 rings respectively) were developed and the metabolism kinetics of py and bap in marine fishes were studied. two pah metabolites of na and py, namely 1-naphthol (1-oh na) and 1-hydroxy pyrene (1-oh py), were determined using the fixed wavelength fluorescence (ff) method, and the bap metabolite, 3-hydroxy benzo(a)pyrene (3-oh bap), was determined using ...200818205051
toxic contaminants and their biological effects in coastal waters of xiamen, china. i. organic pollutants in mussel and fish tissues.organochlorines and organophosphates were measured in four fish species (lateolabrax japonicus, pagrasomus major, miichthys miiuy and epinephalus awoara) and the mussel perna viridis collected from aquaculture cages in coastal waters of xiamen, china. polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (pah) metabolites were also measured in fish bile. sites in xiamen coastal waters (the harbour, maluan and tongan) are compared with a "cleaner" reference site at dongshan island. ddt was found in livers of all fish ...200212269478
glutathione peroxidase from the liver of japanese sea bass lateolabrax japonicus.glutathione peroxidase (ec present in the liver of japanese sea bass (lateolabrax japonicus) was extracted and purified by phenyl-toyopearl 650m, butyl-toyopearl 650m and deae-toyopearl 650m column chromatography. the molecular weight of the enzyme was estimated to be about 70 kda by gel filtration by toyopearl hw-55f. on sds-page, this enzyme was composed of two identical subunits with 35 kda and was a dimer. this enzyme was a typical sh-enzyme that was inhibited by iodoacetic acid, p ...200211926531
rna-seq analysis of immune-relevant genes in lateolabrax japonicus during vibrio anguillarum infection.lateolabrax japonicus is one of the main marine aquatic fish species, and is popularly cultured in east asia due to its highly commercial value. in recent years, because of large-scale and intensive farming and seawater pollution, fish diseases keep breaking out. however, systematic study on l. japonicus immunogenetics is limited due to the deficiency of deep sequencing technologies and genome backgrounds. in this study, the widely analysis at the transcriptome level for l. japonicus that infect ...201626945936
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