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Journal of Comparative Physiology B

, Volume 178, Issue 1, pp 77–92

First Online: 08 September 2007Received: 25 May 2007Revised: 26 July 2007Accepted: 01 August 2007DOI: 10.1007-s00360-007-0201-4

Cite this article as: Marques, I.J., Leito, J.T.D., Spaink, H.P. et al. J Comp Physiol B 2008 178: 77. doi:10.1007-s00360-007-0201-4

Abstract

Insufficient blood supply during acute infarction and chronic ischemia leads to tissue hypoxia which can significantly alter gene expression patterns in the heart. In contrast to most mammals, some teleost fishes are able to adapt to extremely low oxygen levels. We describe here that chronic constant hypoxia CCH leads to a smaller ventricular outflow tract, reduced lacunae within the central ventricular cavity and around the trabeculae and an increase in the number of cardiac myocyte nuclei per area in the hearts of two teleost species, zebrafish Danio rerio and cichlids Haplochromis piceatus. In order to identify the molecular basis for the adaptations to CCH, we profiled the gene expression changes in the hearts of adult zebrafish. We have analyzed over 15,000 different transcripts and found 376 differentially regulated genes, of which 260 genes showed increased and 116 genes decreased expression levels. Two notch receptors notch-2 and notch-3 as well as regulatory genes linked to cell proliferation were transcriptionally upregulated in hypoxic hearts. We observed a simultaneous increase in expression of IGF-2 and IGFbp1 and upregulation of several genes important for the protection against reactive oxygen species ROS. We have identified here many novel genes involved in the response to CCH in the heart, which may have potential clinical implications in the future.

KeywordsHypoxia Zebrafish Heart Hyperplasia Gene expression Communicated by G. Heldmaier.

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Autor: Ines J. Marques - Jelani T. D. Leito - Herman P. Spaink - Janwillem Testerink - Richard T. Jaspers - Frans Witte - Sjoe

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