Study on stress responses in coral using microarray

Title
Study on stress responses in coral using microarray
Author(s)
우선옥; 염승식
KIOST Author(s)
Yum, Seungshic(염승식)
Publication Year
2017-09-15
Abstract
Inevitably, the coral population and its distribution in Korea could be affected by warming currents, similar to the situation in Japan and Taiwan. In this study, we chose Dendronephthya gigantea [1] which is a soft coral widely distributein Jeju Island and Alveopora japonica [2] which is a hard coral rapidly expanding the population around Jeju Island to contruct microarray. Their probes in microarray were based on the noble and known genes sequences from NGS technology. Approximately 30,000 genes from Dendronephthya gigantea and Alveopora japonica were used for microarray, respectively. For the microaray experiments, we carried out temperature and pH stress experiment independently and functional gene expressions were investigated.n Jeju Island and Alveopora japonica [2] which is a hard coral rapidly expanding the population around Jeju Island to contruct microarray. Their probes in microarray were based on the noble and known genes sequences from NGS technology. Approximately 30,000 genes from Dendronephthya gigantea and Alveopora japonica were used for microarray, respectively. For the microaray experiments, we carried out temperature and pH stress experiment independently and functional gene expressions were investigated.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/23838
Bibliographic Citation
BIEN international conference on BIO, INFORMATION, ENVIRONMENT/ENERGY/EARTH AND NANO TECHNOLOGY, pp.40 - 41, 2017
Publisher
BIEN
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
BIEN
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Research Interests

Marine Genomics,Environmental Genomics,Novel biomaterials,해양생물유전체,생태환경유전체,바이오신소재

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