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Volume 34 Issue 4
Jul.  2015
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Research progress on toxicoproteomics in fish: Using marine medaka and zebrafish as models

  • Received Date: 2014-08-29
    Accepted Date: 2014-10-16
  • With the rapid increasing of pollution in aquatic ecosystem in the past few decades,the toxicity mechanisms of xenobiotics on aquatic organisms,especially on aquatic fish attract serious concerns.Marine medaka and zebrafish are regarded as potential model organisms for ecotoxicological study due to their advantages on culture,physiological features and genomic information,especially for their applications in toxicoproteomics.The toxicoproteomic study of marine medaka and zebrafish not only contributes to unveiling the toxicity mechanisms of xenobiotics,but also help to screen specific proteins as biomarkers for risk assessment.In this review,we summarize the recent progresses on toxicoproteomics of marine medak and zebrafish.
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  • [1] KINOSHITA M,MURATA K,NARUSE K,et al.Medaka:biology,management,and experimental protocols[M].Hoboken,NJ:John Wiley Sons,2009.
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Research progress on toxicoproteomics in fish: Using marine medaka and zebrafish as models

  • 1. College of the Environment & Ecology, Xiamen University, Xiamen 361005, China

Abstract: With the rapid increasing of pollution in aquatic ecosystem in the past few decades,the toxicity mechanisms of xenobiotics on aquatic organisms,especially on aquatic fish attract serious concerns.Marine medaka and zebrafish are regarded as potential model organisms for ecotoxicological study due to their advantages on culture,physiological features and genomic information,especially for their applications in toxicoproteomics.The toxicoproteomic study of marine medaka and zebrafish not only contributes to unveiling the toxicity mechanisms of xenobiotics,but also help to screen specific proteins as biomarkers for risk assessment.In this review,we summarize the recent progresses on toxicoproteomics of marine medak and zebrafish.

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