Multiple biomarker approaches to assess the effects of marine environmental contaminants on fish

Title
Multiple biomarker approaches to assess the effects of marine environmental contaminants on fish
Author(s)
정지현; 최승배; 채영선; 김하나; 홍상희; 심원준
KIOST Author(s)
Jung, Jee Hyun(정지현)Hong, Sang Hee(홍상희)Shim, Won Joon(심원준)
Publication Year
2013-10-29
Abstract
Marine ecosystems are complex and dynamic systems. Therefore,the interpretationo f resultsd erived from environmentalm onitoringbased only on measurements at the ecosystem level is extremelydifficult.R ecently,b iochemicaml arkersi ncludingm olecular,c ellularand physiologicaml easurementsh ave been identifieda s powerfuland cost-effectivea pproachest o obiain informationo n the state ofthe environment and the effects of pollution on living biologicalresources. The biochemical endpoints also have a high specificityand sensitivity to a limited range of environmental and chemicalstressorsa, lthoughb iochemicaml easurementsa re of low ecologicalrelevance.I n this study,w e evaluatef ish healths tatusw ith regardt ochemical exposure in coastal areas of the South Sea in Korea usinggeneralized linear model approach with selected biochemicalmarkersi n residentf rom uncontaminateda nd contaminateds ites.We also confirmedt he independenceb etween biochemicali ndicesand the morphometrici ndices includingt he hepato-somaticin dex(HSl),g onado-somaticin dex (GSl),a nd conditionf acior (CF) in fishfrom the sampling areas. The effect of area on the presence ofbiotransformationm arkers (ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylasaec iivity EROD)w as significantlyh igh in Masan.T he area with the greatesteffect on acetylcholinesterase(A ChE) activity was Jindong Bay,while there was no significante ffecto f ludingm olecular,c ellularand physiologicaml easurementsh ave been identifieda s powerfuland cost-effectivea pproachest o obiain informationo n the state ofthe environment and the effects of pollution on living biologicalresources. The biochemical endpoints also have a high specificityand sensitivity to a limited range of environmental and chemicalstressorsa, lthoughb iochemicaml easurementsa re of low ecologicalrelevance.I n this study,w e evaluatef ish healths tatusw ith regardt ochemical exposure in coastal areas of the South Sea in Korea usinggeneralized linear model approach with selected biochemicalmarkersi n residentf rom uncontaminateda nd contaminateds ites.We also confirmedt he independenceb etween biochemicali ndicesand the morphometrici ndices includingt he hepato-somaticin dex(HSl),g onado-somaticin dex (GSl),a nd conditionf acior (CF) in fishfrom the sampling areas. The effect of area on the presence ofbiotransformationm arkers (ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylasaec iivity EROD)w as significantlyh igh in Masan.T he area with the greatesteffect on acetylcholinesterase(A ChE) activity was Jindong Bay,while there was no significante ffecto f
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/26643
Bibliographic Citation
6th iCoEHS OnternationaCl onferenceo n EnvironmentalH ealth Science- 2013, pp.528, 2013
Publisher
환경위해성
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
환경위해성
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Research Interests

Microplastic pollution,Persistent Organic Pollutants,Oil Pollution,미세플라스틱 오염,잔류성 유기오염물질,유류오염

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