Acute 4-nonlyphenol toxicity induced metabolic changes in marine medaka fish (Oryzias javanicus)

Title
Acute 4-nonlyphenol toxicity induced metabolic changes in marine medaka fish (Oryzias javanicus)
Author(s)
조예진; 우선옥; 염승식
KIOST Author(s)
Jo, Ye Jin(조예진)Yum, Seung Shic(염승식)
Alternative Author(s)
조예진; 우선옥; 염승식
Publication Year
2015-11-13
Abstract
The differentially expressed genes in the liver tissue of the marine medaka fish, Oryzias javanicus, were profiled using an oligo-microarray (EnviHaz Fish Array ver. 01) after the fish were exposed to 20  g/L 4-nonylphenol (4-NP) for 12, 24, 48, or 72 h to determine the metabolic and physiological changes with exposure time. The transcriptomic changes were highly dynamic in the 4-NP-exposed fish in that among the 216 differentially expressed genes identified in all four exposed fish groups, 106 genes (49.1%) appeared after a specific exposure time. The differentially expressed genes were used to predict the changes that occurred in the metabolic pathways and processes in response to 4-NP exposure. Many physiological and metabolic changes were detected in the early phase of exposure. Significant vitellogenin expression and an estrogenic stimulus response were observed in the fish exposed to 4-NP for 48 h. These results extend our understanding of the biological responses to environmental chemicals at the molecular level and will allow the toxic effects of environmental chemicals, especially endocrine-disrupting chemicals, to be evaluated. 12, 24, 48, or 72 h to determine the metabolic and physiological changes with exposure time. The transcriptomic changes were highly dynamic in the 4-NP-exposed fish in that among the 216 differentially expressed genes identified in all four exposed fish groups, 106 genes (49.1%) appeared after a specific exposure time. The differentially expressed genes were used to predict the changes that occurred in the metabolic pathways and processes in response to 4-NP exposure. Many physiological and metabolic changes were detected in the early phase of exposure. Significant vitellogenin expression and an estrogenic stimulus response were observed in the fish exposed to 4-NP for 48 h. These results extend our understanding of the biological responses to environmental chemicals at the molecular level and will allow the toxic effects of environmental chemicals, especially endocrine-disrupting chemicals, to be evaluated.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/25054
Bibliographic Citation
대한독성유전단백체, pp.154, 2015
Publisher
대한독성유전단백체
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
대한독성유전단백체
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