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標題: 急性熱緊迫對L2品系台灣土雞肝臟蛋白質表現之影響
Effect of acute heat stress on the liver protein expression in L2 strain Taiwan country chickens
作者: 邱詩堯
Chiou, Shih-Yao
關鍵字: 雞;Chicken;急性熱緊迫;肝臟;蛋白質體;Acute heat stress;Liver;Proteome
出版社: 動物科學系所
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熱緊迫是熱帶和亞熱帶地區家禽業者經濟損失的主要原因之一,會導致雞隻生長性能表現變差,免疫力受抑制及死亡率增高。目前已知熱緊迫可誘發產生活性氧族群引起氧化損傷,如脂質過氧化和氧化損傷、蛋白質和DNA的損傷。本研究目的在探討急性熱緊迫對公雞的肝臟蛋白質的表現,作為了解雞隻熱緊迫反應機制之基礎。以蛋白質體學方法比較有無熱緊迫處理雞隻肝臟蛋白質之表現量差異。本試驗使用十二隻國立中興大學育成之45週齡L2品系台灣土雞,處理組雞隻接受38℃熱緊迫處理4小時,對照組雞隻保持在25℃。處理組雞隻在熱緊迫後分別於25℃恢復0小時、2小時、6小時,採集肝臟組織進行蛋白質分析。每個樣品分別取400μg總蛋白質進行三重複之雙向電泳分析,電泳後之膠體以colloidal Coomassie blue染色,並以Melanie 7軟體進行蛋白質定量分析,差異表現之蛋白質點以胜肽質量指紋分析進行身份鑑定。結果顯示在所有定量的241個蛋白質點中有35個蛋白質點之表現量在熱緊迫處理組與對照組間具顯著差異(P<0.05),其中13個蛋白質點在熱緊迫恢復過程中表現量上升,12個蛋白質點在熱緊迫恢復過程中表現量下降,10個蛋白質點在熱緊迫恢復過程中表現量呈現變動的狀態,胜肽質量指紋分析成功鑑定全部蛋白質點之身份,分別屬於30個不同的蛋白質;經gene ontology分析後可知,此等蛋白質主要來自細胞質(46%)、粒線體(20%)及細胞膜(17%);在生物過程方面,熱緊迫處理後之差異表現肝臟蛋白質主要參與代謝過程(30%)、含氮化合物代謝過程(23%)、刺激反應(14%)以及參與氧化還原過程(10%);在分子功能方面,肝臟經熱緊迫處理後之差異表現蛋白質主要具有轉移酶(23%)、氧化還原酶活性(20%)、水解酶活性(13%)、運輸功能(13%)、蛋白質結合(10%)以及裂解酶活性(7%)等分子功能。綜合本研究結果可知,在急性熱緊迫後差異表現雞隻肝臟蛋白質多與脂質代謝、刺激反應、氧化還原及分子運輸有關;此等差異表現蛋白質可能影響受熱緊迫雞隻之肝臟功能,然其確切生理意義仍有待進一步研究。

Heat stress is one of the most important impacts associated with economic losses in poultry industry in tropical and subtropical countries. It causes poor growth performance, immunosuppression, and high mortality. It is now known that heat stress can induce the formation of reactive oxygen species and cause oxidative injury, such as lipid peroxidation and oxidative damage to proteins and DNA. Chickens are characterized for their high core body temperature implying that there may be different mechanisms for the liver to maintain normal function under such a high temperature. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of acute heat stress on protein expression in livers of roosters. A group of nine 45-wk-old L2 strain Taiwan country chickens were kept at 38°C for 4 h and another three were kept at 25°C as a control group. After acute heat stress, liver samples were collected for protein analysis after 0, 2, and 6 h of recovery. A total of 400 μg soluble proteins were subjected to proteomic analysis. A total of 241 protein spots were quantified and there were 35 protein spots differentially expressed after acute heat stress with expression ratio higher than 1.5. The expression of 13 protein spots upregulated, 12 protein spots downregulated, and 10 protein spots fluctuated in the liver of acute heat-stressed roosters during recovery. The identities of 35 differentially expressed protein spots were identified and belong to 30 unique proteins. Gene ontology analysis revealed that most of the differentially expressed proteins located in cytoplasm (46%), mitochondrion (20%), and membrane (17%); in biological processes, the differentially expressed liver proteins mainly involved in metabolism (30%), nitrogen compound metabolism (23%), response to stimulus (14%), and involved in oxidation-reduction process (10%); in molecular functions, the differentially expressed proteins mainly has transferase activity (23%), oxidoreductase activity (20%), hydrolase activity (13%), transporter activity (13%), protein binding (10%), and lyase activity (7%). In summary, the differentially expressed liver proteins after acute heat stress were asociated with liver lipid metabolism, response to stimuli, oxidation-reduction process and molecular transport. These differentially expressed proteins may affect the liver function of acute heat stressed chickens. However, their exact physiological relevance requires further studies.
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