|ZFIN ID: ZDB-PUB-071009-12|
Identification of differentially expressed genes from the cross-subfamily cloned embryos derived from zebrafish nuclei and rare minnow enucleated eggs
Pei, D.S., Sun, Y.H., Chen, S.P., Wang, Y.P., Hu, W., and Zhu, Z.Y.
|Source:||Theriogenology 68(9): 1282-1291 (Journal)|
|Registered Authors:||Hu, Wei, Pei, Desheng, Sun, Yonghua, Zhu, Zuoyan|
|PubMed:||17919716 Full text @ Theriogenology|
Pei, D.S., Sun, Y.H., Chen, S.P., Wang, Y.P., Hu, W., and Zhu, Z.Y. (2007) Identification of differentially expressed genes from the cross-subfamily cloned embryos derived from zebrafish nuclei and rare minnow enucleated eggs. Theriogenology. 68(9):1282-1291.
ABSTRACTCross-species nuclear transfer (NT) has been used to retain the genetic viability of a species near extinction. However, unlike intra-species NT, most embryos produced by cross-species NT were unable to develop to later stages due to incompatible nucleo-cytoplasmic interactions between the donor nuclei and the recipient cytoplasm from different species. To study the early nucleo-cytoplasmic interaction in cross-species NT, two laboratory fish species (zebrafish and rare minnow) from different subfamilies were used to generate cross-subfamily NT embryos in the present study. Suppression subtractive hybridization (SSH) was performed to screen out differentially expressed genes from the forward and reverse subtractive cDNA libraries. After dot blot and real-time PCR analysis, 80 of 500 randomly selective sequences were proven to be differentially expressed in the cloned embryos. Among them, 45 sequences shared high homology with 28 zebrafish known genes, and 35 sequences were corresponding to 22 novel expressed sequence tags (ESTs). Based on functional clustering and literature mining analysis, up- and down-regulated genes in the cross-subfamily cloned embryos were mostly relevant to transcription and translation initiation, cell cycle regulation, protein binding, etc. To our knowledge, this is the first report on the determination of genes involved in the early development of cross-species NT embryos of fish.
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