Vol. 16,No. 4, October 2017
Protein profiling for phylogenetic relationship in snakehead species
Description:1- Centre for Aquaculture Research and Extension (CARE), St.Xavier’s College, Palayamkottai, Tamilnadu– 627002, India. Ph- 0462-2560670*Corresponding author's Email: haniffacare@gmail.com
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Abstract
Protein banding pattern of eight snakeheads –Channa species viz., Channastriatus, Channa marulius, Channa punctatus,Channa diplogramme, Channa bleheri,Channa gachua, Channa stewartiiand Channa aurantimaculatacollected from different regions of India were used to study the phylogenetic relationship among them. The banding pattern from muscle protein indicated a unique profile for each species and the electrophoregrams showed similarities among the species studied. In the SDS-PAGE, a maximum of 12 protein bands were obtained forC. gachua followed by 11 for C. diplogramme and 10 forC. maruliuswhereas less number of bands were recorded for the remaining species. Molecular weight of the protein bands varied from 16 kDa - 232 kDa. UPGMA (Unweighted Pair Group Method with Arithmetic Mean) dendrogram revealed that the phylogenetic relationship was very close amongC. aurantimaculata andC. bleheriand also betweenC. gachuaandC. stewarti.
Keywords:Snakehead, Phylogenetic relation, SDS- PAGE, Protein banding
Author:Haniffa M.A.1*; Jeya Sheela P.1; James Milton M.1; Kavitha K.1
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