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martedì 4 luglio 2017

# s-zoo: live with stress in a salamander

<< During embryonic development, cells of the green alga Oophila amblystomatis enter cells of the salamander Ambystoma maculatum forming an endosymbiosis >>

A << two-by-two-way analysis revealed that intracellular algae exhibit hallmarks of cellular stress and undergo a striking metabolic shift from oxidative metabolism to fermentation >>

<< In stark contrast to its algal endosymbiont, the salamander cells did not exhibit major stress responses, suggesting that the host cell experience is neutral or beneficial >>

John A  Burns et al. Transcriptome  analysis illuminates the nature of  the intracellular interaction in a  vertebrate-algal symbiosis. doi: 10.7554/eLife.22054.001 May  2,  2017.

https://elifesciences.org/articles/22054

https://mobile.twitter.com/eLife/status/880789310194233345

The struggle to live in a salamander. In  the symbiotic  relationship formed between algae and salamanders, only the  algae show stress. June 30, 2017

https://medium.com/life-on-earth/the-struggle-to-live-in-a-salamander-a4a96a326114

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