Chronic stress markers in the skin mucus of cultured gilthead sea bream
Researchers of Pathology and Nutrigenomics groups of Instituto de Acuicultura Torre de la Sal (IATS-CSIC) in collaboration with University of Insubria (Italy) and Institute of Marine Research of Matre (Norway) have characterized the proteome of the skin mucus of giltheand sea bream.
This study revealed the presence of more than 2,000 proteins, some of them highly regulated in a model of chronic stress mimicking daily aquaculture activities.
This work conducted within the AQUAEXCEL EU Project has been published in Frontiers in Physiology (read more…). A press relase has been made public by CSIC Delegation in Comunidad Valenciana and the CSIC web page.