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Disease relevance of Perciformes


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  • The results indicate that the two species differ in frequency selectivity since the Atlantic croaker was less susceptible to auditory threshold shifts, particularly at the higher level of masking [4].

High impact information on Perciformes

  • The three ER subtypes are genetically distinct and have different distribution patterns in Atlantic croaker tissues [5].
  • The Atlantic croaker ERgamma shows amino acid differences in regions important for ligand binding and receptor activation that are conserved in all other ERgammas [5].
  • X-ray structures of Sparus aurata (sea bream) TTR have been determined as the apo-protein at 1.75 A resolution and bound to ligands T(3) and T(4), both at 1.9 A resolution [6].
  • In the present study, we provide evidence that multiple forms of functional C3 occur not only in the rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri), a quasi-tetraploid old teleost fish, but also in the diploid gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata), a modern teleost fish [7].
  • Structural C3 diversity in fish: characterization of five forms of C3 in the diploid fish Sparus aurata [7].

Chemical compound and disease context of Perciformes


Biological context of Perciformes


Anatomical context of Perciformes


Associations of Perciformes with chemical compounds


Gene context of Perciformes


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