Browsing by Author C.H.Tang

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-(2007 International Conference of Comparative Physiology Biochemistry and Toxicology Abstract,p074)Environmental salinities alter protein abundance of Na+/K+-ATPase ,Cl-transporters,and carbonic anhydrase II in gills of a marine euryhaline teleost,Chanos chanosC.H.Tang; S.K.Chou; T.H.Lee-
-(2007 International Conference of Comparative Physiology Biochemistry and Toxicology Abstract,p074)Hepatic heat shock proteins correlated positively to branchial Na+/K+-ATPase activity in three euryhaline teleosts from different primarily natural habitats:the possible indicators of osmotic stressC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(2nd China-Taiwan Fish Physiology and Aquaculture Symposium Abstract,p052-p053)CLC-3 and CLC-5:Cloning and expression of the chloride channels in gills of the spotted green pufferfish (Tetraodon nigroviridis)C.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(8th International Congress on the Biology of Fish:Fish Biology Congress Abstract,p094)Gill Na+/K+-ATPase activity of euryhaline teleosts increases with osmotic stress in environments distinct from their primary natural habitatsC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(8th International Congress on the Biology of Fish:Fish Biology Congress Abstract,p094)The responses of Na+/K+-ATPase and heat shock protein 90 in the marine euryhaline grass puffer,Takifugu niphobles,upon osmotic stressC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(8th International Congress on the Biology of Fish:Fish Biology Congress Abstract,p095)The abundance of NHE2-like and NHE3-like proteins in gills of goldfish,Carassius auratus,altered in response to ion-poor and acidic environments,respectively Ion and Acid-base Regulation SymposiumC.H.Tang; S.Edward; J.Claiborne; T.H.Lee-
-(APS Intersociety Meeting:Comparative Physiology 2006:Integrating Diversity in Virginia Beach Abstract, p051)Differential protein expression of Na+/K+-ATPase and chloride transporterin gills of the seawaterand freshwater-acclimated spotted green pufferfish,Tetraodon nigroviridisC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(China-Taiwan Fish Physiology and Aquaculture Symposium,p036)Differential Na+/K+-ATPase expression in gills of euryhaline teleosts upon salinity challengeC.H.Tang; C.N.Chen; T.H.Lee-
-Chloride channel ClC-3 in gills of the euryhaline teleost, Tetraodon nigroviridis: expression, localization, and the possible role of chloride absorptionC.H.Tang; L.Y.Hwang; T.H.Lee-
-(Comp.Biochem.Physiol.(Pt.A),147:521-528)The Effect of environmental salinity on the protein expression of Na+/K+-ATPase,Na+/K+/2Cl− cotransporter,cystic fibrosistransmembrane conductance regulator,anion exchanger 1,and chloride channel 3 in gills of a euryhaline teleost,Tetraodon nigroviridisC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-Elevated Na+/K+-ATPase responses and its potential role in triggering ion-reabsorption in kidneys for homeostasis of marine euryhaline milkfish (Chanos chanos) when acclimated to hypotonic fresh water.C.H.Tang; W.Y.Wu; S.C.Tsai; T. Yoshinaga; T.H.Lee-
-(International Conference on Ecophysiology of Marine Organism (ICEMO) Abstract,p043)The novel correlation of carbonic anhydrase II and anion exchanger 1 in gills of the spotted green pufferfish,Tetraodon nigroviridsC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(J.Exp.Mar.Biol.Ecol.,375:041-050)Na+/K+-ATPase expression in gills of the euryhaline sailfin molly,Poecilia latipinna,is altered in response to salinity challengeW.K.Yang; J.R.Hseu; C.H.Tang; M.J.Chung; S.M.Wu; T.H.Lee-
-(J.Exp.Zool.,311A:522-530)Relative changes in the abundance of branchial Na+/K+-ATPase alpha-isoform-like proteins in marine euryhaline milkfish (Chanos chanos) acclimated to environments of different salinitiesC.H.Tang; Y.H.Chiu; S.C.Tsai; T.H.Lee-
-(Journal of Experimental Zoology,307A:411-418)The novel correlation of carbonic anhydrase II and anion exchanger 1 in gills of the spotted green pufferfish,Tetraodon nigroviridsC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(Taiwan Proteomics Society Interanational Conference 2007 Program book,p106)Heat shock protein 90 is a potential biomarker to osmotic stress in euryhaline fishesC.H.Tang; T.H.Lee-
-(Zool.Sci.,25:205-211)Phenotypic changes in mitochondrion-rich cells and responses of Na+/ K+-ATPase in gills of tilapia exposed to deionized waterC.H.Tang; I.C.Chang; C.H.Chen; T.H.Lee; P.P.Hwang-
-(Zool.Stud.,48(4):435-441)Constant muscle water contents and renal HSP90 expression reflect the osmotic homeostasis in euryhaline teleosts acclimatized to different environmental salinitiesC.H.Tang; C.S.Tzeng; L.Y.Hwang; T.H.Lee-