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Transcriptional events co-regulated by hypoxia and cold stresses in Zebrafish larvae
Long,Yong1; Yan,Junjun1,2; Song,Guili1; Li,Xiaohui1,2; Li,Xixi1,2; Li,Qing1; Cui,Zongbin1
Corresponding AuthorLi,Qing(qli@ihb.ac.cn) ; Cui,Zongbin(zbcui@ihb.ac.cn)
2015-05-15
Source PublicationBMC Genomics
ISSN1471-2164
Volume16Issue:1
AbstractAbstractBackgroundHypoxia and temperature stress are two major adverse environmental conditions often encountered by fishes. The interaction between hypoxia and temperature stresses has been well documented and oxygen is considered to be the limiting factor for the thermal tolerance of fish. Although both high and low temperature stresses can impair the cardiovascular function and the cross-resistance between hypoxia and heat stress has been found, it is not clear whether hypoxia acclimation can protect fish from cold injury.ResultsPre-acclimation of 96-hpf zebrafish larvae to mild hypoxia (5% O2) significantly improved their resistance to lethal hypoxia (2.5% O2) and increased the survival rate of zebrafish larvae after lethal cold (10°C) exposure. However, pre-acclimation of 96-hpf larvae to cold (18°C) decreased their tolerance to lethal hypoxia although their ability to endure lethal cold increased. RNA-seq analysis identified 132 up-regulated and 41 down-regulated genes upon mild hypoxia exposure. Gene ontology enrichment analyses revealed that genes up-regulated by hypoxia are primarily involved in oxygen transport, oxidation-reduction process, hemoglobin biosynthetic process, erythrocyte development and cellular iron ion homeostasis. Hypoxia-inhibited genes are enriched in inorganic anion transport, sodium ion transport, very long-chain fatty acid biosynthetic process and cytidine deamination. A comparison with the dataset of cold-regulated gene expression identified 23 genes co-induced by hypoxia and cold and these genes are mainly associated with oxidation-reduction process, oxygen transport, hemopoiesis, hemoglobin biosynthetic process and cellular iron ion homeostasis. The alleviation of lipid peroxidation damage by both cold- and hypoxia-acclimation upon lethal cold stress suggests the association of these genes with cold resistance. Furthermore, the alternative promoter of hmbsb gene specifically activated by hypoxia and cold was identified and confirmed.ConclusionsAcclimation responses to mild hypoxia and cold stress were found in zebrafish larvae and pre-acclimation to hypoxia significantly improved the tolerance of larvae to lethal cold stress. RNA-seq and bioinformatics analyses revealed the biological processes associated with hypoxia acclimation. Transcriptional events co-induced by hypoxia and cold may represent the molecular basis underlying the protection of hypoxia-acclimation against cold injury.
KeywordZebrafish Hypoxia Cold stress RNA-seq Gene expression
DOI10.1186/s12864-015-1560-y
Language英语
WOS IDBMC:10.1186/s12864-015-1560-y
PublisherBioMed Central
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ihb.ac.cn/handle/342005/28529
Corresponding AuthorLi,Qing; Cui,Zongbin
Affiliation1.Chinese Academy of Sciences; The Key Laboratory of Aquatic Biodiversity and Conservation, Institute of Hydrobiology
2.University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Long,Yong,Yan,Junjun,Song,Guili,et al. Transcriptional events co-regulated by hypoxia and cold stresses in Zebrafish larvae[J]. BMC Genomics,2015,16(1).
APA Long,Yong.,Yan,Junjun.,Song,Guili.,Li,Xiaohui.,Li,Xixi.,...&Cui,Zongbin.(2015).Transcriptional events co-regulated by hypoxia and cold stresses in Zebrafish larvae.BMC Genomics,16(1).
MLA Long,Yong,et al."Transcriptional events co-regulated by hypoxia and cold stresses in Zebrafish larvae".BMC Genomics 16.1(2015).
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