Proteomic approaches and their applications in salmonid health research

Kumar, Gokhlesh and Shivam, Saloni and Arun Sudhagar, S and Saravanan, K and Sathish Kumar, T and El-Matbouli, Mansour (2023) Proteomic approaches and their applications in salmonid health research. In: Frontiers in Aquaculture Biotechnology. Elsevier, pp. 249-257. ISBN 978-0-323-91240-2

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Salmonid aquaculture is the fastest growing and important food production industry. However, salmonid aquaculture is often plagued with disease incidences that cause huge economic losses. Globally, many research groups are actively working to understand the diseases of salmonids and develop sustainable remedial measures. Proteomics is an important approach to decipher the molecular processes involved during host–pathogen interaction. For the past 2 decades, the advancement of high-throughput proteomic technologies has enhanced the understanding of protein dynamics in various organisms under different conditions. Similarly, the proteomic approaches could be efficiently used to understand the infectious diseases in salmonids. In this chapter, we have discussed various proteomic techniques and their applications. Moreover, in the latter part of this chapter, special focus is shed upon the proteomic approaches employed to understand enteric redmouth and myxozoan parasitic diseases of salmonids. We suggest that the proteomic approach can help to understand the disease dynamics and generate proteomic profiles of the pathogens of salmonids. Subsequently, this information can aid in the development of effective prophylactic measures against salmonid diseases.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Fish and Fisheries > Fish Nutrition
Fish Biotechnology
Divisions: CMFRI-Karwar
Depositing User: Arun Surendran
Date Deposited: 05 Jan 2024 04:48
Last Modified: 01 Mar 2024 05:41

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