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Characterization of Dual and Homeostatic Chemokine Expression and Response to Bacterial Infection in Large Yellow Croaker, Larimichthys crocea

Characterization of Dual and Homeostatic Chemokine Expression and Response to Bacterial Infection in Large Yellow Croaker, Larimichthys crocea

Jiji Li*, Tianyang Zu, Xiangli Dong, Xiao Yang, Wei Liu and Changwen Wu

National Engineering Research Center for Marine Aquaculture, Marine Science and Technology College, Zhejiang Ocean University, Zhoushan 316022, China

*      Corresponding author: lijiji@zjou.edu.cn

 

The complete cDNA ORF of CCL17 (A), CCL21 (B) and CCL24 (C). Red, the first two conserved cysteine residues C-C position for each gene.

Fig. 2.

Multiple alignment of the deduced amino acid sequences of CCL17 (A), CCL21 (B) and CCL24 (C) from L. crocea. Note: A question mark at the end of human CCL17 AA sequence means missing of a terminator on the DNA level from the annotation of Genbank Database.

Fig. 3.

Phylogenetic tree of the amino acid sequences of CCL17 (A), CCL21 (B) and CCL24 (C) from L. crocea.

Fig. 4.

Expression analysis of the CCLs, (A) CCL17, (B) CCL21 and (C) CCL24, in various tissues in uninfected fish and challenged liver (D, G and J for CCL17), kidney (E, H and K for CCL21) and spleen (F, I and L for CCL24) by Poly I:C and V. anguillica.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

August

Vol. 50, Iss. 4, Pages 1199-1600

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