Yan Wenjie1; Liu Jiao2; Seng Samphal3; Zhou Bin1; Ding Kuke4
Source Publicationactaoceanologicasinica
AbstractThe response of glutathione S-transferase (GST) in Zostera marina to temperature variation was analyzed at molecular level by cloning the microsomal GST gene and texting the microsomal GST expression regularity under different temperature. Specific speaking, express ZmGST in Escherichia coli, then purify the recombinant protein and make the thermal stability analysis. Therefore, the experiments were carried out to provide a theoretical basis for the further elaboration to the population degradation mechanisms of Z. marina. In conclusion, the thermostability and the response of ZmGST gene to temperature changes can determine its temperature tolerance range, and affect its resilience in turn.
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3.Faculty of Fisheries & Aquaculture, Royal University of Agriculture
4.National Institute for Radiological Protection, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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Yan Wenjie,Liu Jiao,Seng Samphal,et al. cloningcharacterizationandexpressionanalysisofamicrosomalglutathionestransferasegenefromtheseagrasszosteramarina[J]. actaoceanologicasinica,2019,38(10):111.
APA Yan Wenjie,Liu Jiao,Seng Samphal,Zhou Bin,&Ding Kuke.(2019).cloningcharacterizationandexpressionanalysisofamicrosomalglutathionestransferasegenefromtheseagrasszosteramarina.actaoceanologicasinica,38(10),111.
MLA Yan Wenjie,et al."cloningcharacterizationandexpressionanalysisofamicrosomalglutathionestransferasegenefromtheseagrasszosteramarina".actaoceanologicasinica 38.10(2019):111.
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