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Hepatic and gill transcriptome of benthic fish exposed to a light crude oil

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Hepatic and gill transcriptome of benthic fish exposed to a light crude oil


RNA Seq reads (Illumina HiSeq 2500) from the liver and gill of spotted dragonet (Repomucenus calcaratus) exposed to either control conditions of 2 mg/kg unweathered crude oil. Fish tissues were collected 24 and 90 hours into exposure as well as 20 and 90 hours into recovery.


Environmental Impact Assessment Gene Expression (incl. Microarray and other genome-wide approaches)


https://doi.org/10.25919/5b4de3cb6cb3b


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oil spill response, RNA Seq, gene expression, flat fish, cardiac toxicity condensate


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Hook, Sharon; Revill, Andy; Mondon, Julie; Greenfield, Paul; Strzelecki, Joanna; Doan, Hai; Stephenson, Sarah; Barrett, Skye (2017): Hepatic and gill transcriptome of benthic fish exposed to a light crude oil. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5b4de3cb6cb3b


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About this Project

Chevron_GAB_Phase 2


This portion of the hydrocarbons baseline project was carried out to determine suitable monitoring targets to be used in case of an unplanned release of oil.


Andrew Ross


determining monitoring targets


Animals were exposed to oil under controlled conditions to determine their response to oil. These changes will be used to put any measures of transcrptomic changes following an unplanned release of oil into context.


Experiment


Sharon Hook


Andy Revill


Julie Mondon


Paul Greenfield


Joanna Strzelecki


Hai Doan


Sarah Stephenson


Skye Barrett


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