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Molecular Cloning and Phylogenetic Analysis of Vitellogenin Gene in Hemibagrus nemurus

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dc.contributor.author Ling, Ang Pay
dc.contributor.author Harmin, S.A.
dc.contributor.author Salwany, M.Y. Ina
dc.contributor.author O. Roshani
dc.contributor.author Z. Zulperi
dc.contributor.author S.N. Baharum
dc.contributor.author Syahril, M.Z. Mohd
dc.date.accessioned 2016-08-28T08:53:06Z
dc.date.available 2016-08-28T08:53:06Z
dc.date.issued 2016-08-28
dc.identifier.isbn 978-979-792-665-6
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.unri.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/8649
dc.description.abstract Vitellogenin is an egg yolk precursor glycophospolipoprotein, which it can be used as a biomarker indicator in sexual maturation. In this study, total of the nucleotide size for this partial VTG sequence is 574bp. The partial VTG nucleotide homology of Hemibagrus nemurus is high; showing 88-91% identity between Clarias macrocephalus and Ariopsis felis. The VTG sequences analysis has shown the highest homologous portion of the VTG gene between local H. nemurus with Ariopsis felis and Bagre marinus. VTG from different species are conserved domains, and phylogenetically related. Studies as such will certainly provide new insights to better understand the biological role of VTG in river catfish. en_US
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dc.subject Hemibagrus nemurus en_US
dc.subject Vitellogenin en_US
dc.subject cDNA en_US
dc.subject PCR en_US
dc.subject Phylogenetic en_US
dc.title Molecular Cloning and Phylogenetic Analysis of Vitellogenin Gene in Hemibagrus nemurus en_US
dc.type UR-Proceedings en_US


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