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  • 1. Identification and Isolation of Stress Related Gene in Gray (Eschrichtius robustus) and Fin Whales (Balaenoptera physalus) Christin McLemore June 04, 2009 School of Aquatic and Fishery Science University of Washington Box 355020 Seattle, WA 98195
  • 2. Background • North Pacific is home to over 80 species of cetaceans • Whales • Dolphins • Porpoises • OrderCetacea • Sub-Order Odontoceti • Sub-Order Mysticeti
  • 3. Gray Whale, Eschrichtius robustus • Sub-Order Mysticeti • Females are typically 11.7 and 15.2 m in length and males are 11.1 to 14.3 m (Evans 1987). • Grey colored skin with barnacles (Cryptolepas rachianecti) and barnacle scars • Only large whale where the upper jaw extends over the lower jaw (Reeves, 1987)
  • 4. Fin Whale, Balaenoptera physalus • Sub-Order Mysticeti • Males and Females are typically 18 to 21 m, up to 27 m • Clearly defined grey, white, brown and black, chevron-shaped coloration pattern on the right side, behind the head and an asymmetrical coloration of the lower jaw: white on right, dark on left • The status of Atlantic and Pacific Fin Whale assigned by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) • April 1987 – “of special concern” • May 2002 – Pacific Fin whale is classified as THREATENED
  • 5. Distribution Patterns
  • 6. Environmental Factors • Pollutant • organochlorine compounds like DDTs, hexachlorocyclohexanes (HCHs), chlordane compounds (CHLs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) can disrupt normal endocrine physiology in marine mammals (Tanabe, 2002). • Climate Change • reduction of available habitat •the acidification of the oceans as they absorb growing quantities of CO2 • Disease • Increased susceptibility of cetaceans to diseases • reduced reproductive success •body condition •survival rates (World Wide Fund, 2007)
  • 7. Objectives • Identification of genes of interest •Glutathione S-transferase A4 (GStra) • Superoxide dismutase [Cu-Zn] (SD) • Heat shock 70kDa protein 6 (HSP6) • Interleukin-2 precursor (IL-2) • Interleukin 17 (IL17) • Interleukin 13 precursor (IL13) • Toll-like receptor 5 (TLR5) • Cyclooxygenase (COX-2) • Isolation of the expressed gene of interest • Interleukin 17 • Prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthetase-2 • tRNA synthetase • Glutathione S-transferase A4 • Homology of genes from other organisms with Grey and Fin Whale
  • 8. Results Figure 1: Row one: Lane (1)100 bp ladder, (2) Figure 2: Lane (1) 100 bp ladder, (2) Negative Negative control Gstra, (3) Grey whale Gstra, (4) control IL17, (3) Grey whale IL17, (4) Fin whale Fin whale Gstra, (5) Negative control HSP6, (6) IL17, (5) Negative control IL13, (6) Grey whale Grey whale HSP6, (7) Fin whale HSP6, (8) Negative IL13, (7) Fin whale IL13, (8) Negative control control SD, (9) Grey whale SD, (10) Fin whale SD. IL2, (9) Grey whale IL2, (10) Fin whale IL2, (11) Row 2: Lane (1) 100 bp ladder, (2) Negative control Negative control TLR5, (12) Grey whale COX2, (3) Grey whale COX2, (4) Fin whale COX2. TLR5, (13) Fin whale TLR5, (14) 100 bp ladder.
  • 9. Reference Grey Whale Reference Taxa Fin Whale Coverage Size Coverage Homo sapien Interleukin 17 (AY460616) 7,422 1,729 - 3,093 2,385 – 2,756 Prostaglandin- Homo sapien endoperoxide 11,449 4,041 – 5,563 (AY229989) synthetase-2 Bos taurus tRNA synthetase (BC122671) 1,538 1 - 360 Glutathione S- Homo sapien 21,305 12,394 – 12,942 12,790 - 13,423 transferase A4 (AY878121)
  • 10. Interleukin 17 Eschrichtius robustus Balaenoptera physalus CTCCAGATCACAGAGGGGTACCTCTCAGGGTCCTCATTGCGGCTATAAGG AGGATAAATCTCTGTATTCTTCTACCCTGTATGTATCAGACTGCCAATTA GAGACAAAAGCCAGGAAGAGAGTGAAATCCTCGTAGAGCAGGAAGGAAAT AATCACCTTGAGAATGGTATTACTCACTCAGAATCATCCGTCAAAACTGG CAAACAGGAATAAACAAAGGGAGACAAATTCACAAGGGTGCAAATGATAG AAGAGCCATTGTGTAAACCAATGATTCTCAAACTTTCATTCTACAGATTT GCATTGTGAATTCTCTGAGTGCTGTTAGTCTGAAAAAGAAGTAGTTTGGG CTTTGATAGAGCACAGCTCACCCCACCCCCCATAACACCTATTCTACTAG GAAAACTTGTGTTTGCAAGCCCATGAAGTGTTATAGAAAAAAAGACAATG TTCTGATTGTCCCAGAAATCCATCCAAACGAACGGTGGTCATCATTCTCA ATTAGTTTTTCCCAATTTCTTTCCAACATACACAAAAGAAGATAGACTGA TATTTATGACACCCCAAGTCTGTTGTTTATTTATTTTAAAAAGAAATAGA AACTACAGAATGGATTTAAGTTTGACACAAAGGTTAATTTGTTTAGGGTA CATTTTTCATAGGAGATTAGTGCTTGAATTCTCTTCACCAGAGCTCCCAA CATTTGATGGATGAAAAAAGACTAAAGGAATAGTATAGAAACAAGATAAC AGAAGATTTGTTGAAAATAACTATTAATTAACTGGGATTTTTGTGCTTTT TGTTAATCTGACTTAATGAAGTCTGTCTTTGAAACAGAGAATGCACCCAA TTGGTTGTATTAACACTGGGAAAATATAGCTTGAATACCAGTGGAAGAAG ATTTTATCTGACAGCACGCTGATGGAACAGAGCCCACGGCTGATATGAAG TATCATGCTGGGTATTTCCACCCTTTTTTGACTTAGACAACATCCCCAAC GGCTGCAAACAAAATCTTAAGCCCCTTTATAACCTTCTCTTCTCACTCCC AGACCAATATTTGCTGTGTCCTTAGTACATCTAGTATTTAGABNNATNAA CTCCAGCTGAGTGAATAATTTGCTTCGACTTCTGAATTAATTTATTTGAA GGGTTAAATACNAAATGTATTTTGATAATTTGATTTTAGGCAAATAANNN CTATTCTTAGTAAGTAGAAGTAAGAAGACAAGAAACCCTACAGTCAGGTG NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN AATCTGTAGGCTCCATATAACTGAGGTTTATTTGCCTAAAATCAAATTAT NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN CAAAATACATTTTGTACTTAATCCATCTAAATACTAGATGTACTAAGGAC NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN ACAGCAAANTATTGKTCTGTTGGGGATGTTGTCTAAGTCAAAAAAGGGTG NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN GAAATACCCAGCATGATACTTCTTCCACTGGTATTCAAGCTATATTTTCC NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN CAGTGTTAATACAATCAAAAAAGCACAAAAATCCCAGTTAATTAATAGTT NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN ATTTTCAACAAATCTTCTCTGGGAGCTCTGGTAAAGAGAATTCAAGCACT NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNTCCATCAAATGTACCCTAAACAA AATCTCCTACGATAAATGTCTATTTCTTTTAAAAATAAATAAACAACAGA ATTAACCTTTGTGTCAAATTTAAATCCATTCTGTAGTTTCAGTCTATCTT CTTGGGGTGTCATAAATATGAGAATGATGACCACCGTTCATTTGGATGGA CTTTTGTGTATGTTGGAAAGAAATCGGGAAAAACTAATCATTGTCTTTTT TTTCTGGGACAATGAGAACTAGTAGAATAGGTGTTATGGGGGGTGGGGTG TTCTATAACACTTCATGGGCTTTGAAACACAAGTTTTCCCCAAACTACTT AGCTGTGCTCTATCAAAGAAATCTGTAGAATGAAAGTTTGAGAATCATTG CTTTTTCAGACTAACAGCACTTAGAGAATTCACAATGCCTATCATTTGCG GTTTACACAATGGCCCTTCCAGTTTTGACGGATGATTCTGAGTGAGTAAC CCCCTGTGAATTTGTCTCCCTTTGTTTATTCCTGTTTGATTTCCTTCCTG ACCATTCTCAAGGTGATTTAACTGGCAGTCTGATACATACAGGGTAGAAG CTCTACGAGGATTTCACTCTCTTCCTGGCTTTTGTCTCCCTTGTAGACGC AATACTGAGATTATCCT TAATGAGGACCCTGAGAGGTACCCCTCTGTGATCTGG
  • 11. Reference Grey Whale Reference Taxa Fin Whale Coverage Size Coverage Homo sapien Interleukin 17 (AY460616) 7,422 1,729 - 3,093 2,385 – 2,756 Prostaglandin- Homo sapien endoperoxide 11,449 4,041 – 5,563 (AY229989) synthetase-2 Bos taurus tRNA syntetase (BC122671) 1,538 1 - 360 Glutathione S- Homo sapien 21,305 12,394 – 12,942 12,790 - 13,423 transferase A4 (AY878121)
  • 12. Prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthetase-2 Eschrichtius robustus GTGTGAAGGTGAGTGAGAGGAAGCAATTAGACATGTATTAACTGTAACTG AGATTGGATTGCTACCTAGAAAATTTGACCATAAACCATGATTTATTTGT TCATAAAGCCATTTTTTCCTTATGGATATCTCTGGAGATTTTTTGAAAGT GAGTCCATGTAAACTACTCCATGAAAGTGAATGGGCATTTTGGTATAATG GCATGATGTTTTCAAATTCTATCATTAAAACTGAATTAATGCTGTAAACA AAACANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNTCTAGGT GGACTTAAATCATGTTTATGGTGAATCTTTGGAGAGACAGCATAAACTGC GCCTTTTCAAGGATGGAAAAATGAAATATCAGGTTTGTCCCATTTAAATA TTAAGAATTAGTTATGACTCACCACCCACCTATGTTCAAAATCTCTCATG ATTAAAATTTGTTCCTTACCTTTTT
  • 13. Reference Grey Whale Reference Taxa Fin Whale Coverage Size Coverage Homo sapien Interleukin 17 (AY460616) 7,422 1,729 - 3,093 2,385 – 2,756 Prostaglandin- Homo sapien endoperoxide 11,449 4,041 – 5,563 (AY229989) synthetase-2 Bos taurus tRNA syntetase (BC122671) 1,538 1 - 360 Glutathione S- Homo sapien 21,305 12,394 – 12,942 12,790 - 13,423 transferase A4 (AY878121)
  • 14. tRNA syntetase Eschrichtius robustus CTGTGGGAATTAATTGGTGCTAAGGTCTAACATTGTTCTAATCTGAGTGC CAGGGAATGTTTTCTGTCCCTTCTCACCCCTACATGCTTGTGGTATTTTT TTTTTATCTTAGGGAATTCCCTGGCASGACCGTGGCTAAGGCTCTGCGCT TTCACTGCCAAGGGTGCAAGTTAAATCCCTGGTCAGGGAACTAAAATCCC ACAAGCTGTGCTGTGTGTCCCCCGCCCCCCCCCCCCAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AACCYCAGGCATTTTTAATTTTTTGGGGCCCAACCCCTTAGGGGACCCCG AATCCATCTCAGGACCTTTGCACTTACTAGTTCTGCTTGAAACCCTCTTT CCTCAATCCTGTAATGGATCCCGATTT
  • 15. Reference Grey Whale Reference Taxa Fin Whale Coverage Size Coverage Homo sapien Interleukin 17 (AY460616) 7,422 1,729 - 3,093 2,385 – 2,756 Prostaglandin- Homo sapien endoperoxide 11,449 4,041 – 5,563 (AY229989) synthetase-2 Bos taurus tRNA syntetase (BC122671) 1,538 1 - 360 Glutathione S- Homo sapien 21,305 12,394 – 12,942 12,790 - 13,423 transferase A4 (AY878121)
  • 16. Glutatione S-transferase A4 Eschrichtius robustus TGACCCCGTAANACCTGCAGGGTATAAACATTTTACATTGGTTATAATAC TTGAGATGGAGAAAATGATGGAGCTGTGGAATCAGTGCAGTATCTGAGAA GGGCTGAAACGACGACCTTGTCCTTTTATCCTTTTACGAATAACATCAAC TAAGAAGAAGTTCCCTATATGAGAGGGAGAGAGCGAAAAAGGTGTAGAAA TGAAAGCATCCTTAAGTATCTGCTTTACATCAGAATGAGACCCTAAAAAG GGGAAGGAAATATTAATTCTAGATTTAGCATCCAGGGCTTTAAAAGGATA CCTCTATTCCATAAATGTATCTACAGAAAAGAATTAGCCCTGATGCATTC AGGGGAAGTGATGTAAGACGTAAAGCCACTGGTCCTGTCCAAGGAGTCTA ATCTCATTTGCCAGTTCTGTGTTTCTGTGTGTCAGGACTCACAGTCATAA ACTAGACATGACAGTAAAAAAGCAGGCTTCCTTTCACGTCTTCTAAGACA GGGAAAATTAAA Balaenoptera physalus AATWAGATACTTTCCTGTGTTCGANAAAGGTAGGTGGCAGTGAAGCCTGT GAACGCGGCATCACCAGACCACAAACGCCCCTTTCTGCTCAGGCAGAGTA AAGCTGAGCCCTGCTAGACCAACCTCCTGAGGGCTCACAGGTGCCATCAG CACAAAGCCAGGATGTCTTGGAGCCGCCCAGACTCTTCCAGAGTCTTCCA TGTTTTCTGGGAAAAATATGGGCTCTCCCACGTGTGCATTGTCATTGCTT ACATTCGCCAGGTGCCACCTTGTGCAGGGTACAGAAGAGAAGAAGCCACC TACTTCATTCATTCGTTCATCATCCTACCTGATAGTTTGGTATAAAGAGA AGAACCATTGCTGTTTTATTTCTCTTCCCTGTGCTCTTTTTGTTTTCTCT TTTGTTACTTCTTGTCTCATTGCCGTATCTGTTTTTCTGAGCTTCAAACT CCTCCTCTCTTTTCCTCAACTGAGAGGGACTATTTTAAATGCTTCAATTA AAAAACAAGAGAACGTGAAAATCTGGAATTGGCAGAC
  • 17. Interleukin 17
  • 18. Prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthetase-2
  • 19. tRNA syntetase
  • 20. Glutathione S-transferase A4
  • 21. Acknowledgement Dr. Steven Roberts Research Scientist Sam White National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association Seattle, Washington Jina Ylitalo Capstone Coordinator Greg Jensen
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