Fish cytokine genes

Christopher John Secombes, Jun Zou, Bertrand Collet

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Abstract

Relatively few cytokine and cytokine receptor genes had been sequenced in fish prior to EST and genome studies. The number of sequences is rapidly increasing and demonstrates the complexity of the cytokine network in fish. Several interesting differences to known mammalian and chicken genes are apparent, although in most cases whether such differences result in functional consequences has still to be determined.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAquatic Genomics
Subtitle of host publicationSteps towards a great future
EditorsN. Shimizu, T. Aoki, I. Hirono, F. Takashima
Place of PublicationTokyo; London
PublisherSPRINGER-VERLAG TOKYO
Number of pages9
ISBN (Print)4-431-70331-4
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Keywords

  • rainbow trout
  • cytokines
  • cytokine receptors
  • EST
  • gene organisation
  • trout oncorhynchus-mykiss
  • suppression subtractive hybridization
  • cell enhancing factor
  • growth-factor-beta
  • rainbow-trout
  • moelcular-cloning
  • expression analysis
  • Japanese flounder
  • paralichthys-olivaceus
  • TGF-beta

Cite this

Secombes, C. J., Zou, J., & Collet, B. (2003). Fish cytokine genes. In N. Shimizu, T. Aoki, I. Hirono, & F. Takashima (Eds.), Aquatic Genomics: Steps towards a great future Tokyo; London: SPRINGER-VERLAG TOKYO.

Fish cytokine genes. / Secombes, Christopher John; Zou, Jun; Collet, Bertrand.

Aquatic Genomics: Steps towards a great future. ed. / N. Shimizu; T. Aoki; I. Hirono; F. Takashima. Tokyo; London : SPRINGER-VERLAG TOKYO, 2003.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Secombes, CJ, Zou, J & Collet, B 2003, Fish cytokine genes. in N Shimizu, T Aoki, I Hirono & F Takashima (eds), Aquatic Genomics: Steps towards a great future. SPRINGER-VERLAG TOKYO, Tokyo; London.
Secombes CJ, Zou J, Collet B. Fish cytokine genes. In Shimizu N, Aoki T, Hirono I, Takashima F, editors, Aquatic Genomics: Steps towards a great future. Tokyo; London: SPRINGER-VERLAG TOKYO. 2003
Secombes, Christopher John ; Zou, Jun ; Collet, Bertrand. / Fish cytokine genes. Aquatic Genomics: Steps towards a great future. editor / N. Shimizu ; T. Aoki ; I. Hirono ; F. Takashima. Tokyo; London : SPRINGER-VERLAG TOKYO, 2003.
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