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Hepatic Transcriptome of barramundi collected from Sandy and Repulse Creeks, Mackay whitsundays catchment, Queensland

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Hepatic Transcriptome of barramundi collected from Sandy and Repulse Creeks, Mackay whitsundays catchment, Queensland


Illumina Hi Seq reads from the hepatic transcriptome from individual immature male barramundi collected from Sandy Creek and Repulse Creeks


Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/59000835b8d40


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CSIRO (Australia), Deakin University (Australia), Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts (DSITIA) (Australia)


Hook, Sharon; Mondon, Julie; Revill, Andy; Greenfield, Paul; Smith, Rachael; Turner, Ryan; Warne, Michael (2017): Hepatic Transcriptome of barramundi collected from Sandy and Repulse Creeks, Mackay whitsundays catchment, Queensland. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/59000835b8d40


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About this Project

Estuarine Health Assessment


Using the transcriptome to determine fish health following contaminant exposure.


Sharon Hook


Investigations into fish health


To investigate potential impacts of declining water quality on fish physiology, RNASeq was used to characterize and compare the hepatic transcriptomes of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) captured from two of these tropical river catchments in Queensland, Australia.


Experiment


Sharon Hook


Julie Mondon


Andy Revill


Paul Greenfield


Rachael Smith


Ryan Turner


Michael Warne


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