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PXD040795 is an original dataset announced via ProteomeXchange.

Dataset Summary
TitleGlobal response of Octopus berrima to ocean warming
DescriptionTo understand species response and vulnerability to ocean warming, the underlying biological mechanisms can be examined through the emerging field of ecological proteomics. Proteomics is a powerful tool in identifying and quantifying important proteins. While octopuses are renowned for their intelligence and adaptability, it is still unclear whether they will thrive in future oceans under the current climate crisis. The hypothesis tested in this study is that exposure of Octopus berrima embryos to projected thermal conditions will be reflected in proteome changes that provide insight into mechanisms of temperature adaptation during ocean warming. Results from this study represent the first proteomic analysis of octopuses under ocean warming, thereby informing us of potential biomarkers and performance of octopuses under thermal stress.
ReviewLevelNon peer-reviewed dataset
DatasetOriginOriginal dataset
RepositorySupportsupported by repository but incomplete data and/or metadata
PrimarySubmitterDietmar Kültz
SpeciesList scientific name: Octopus berrima; NCBI TaxID: 264561;
ModificationListCarbamyl; Dehydrated; Methyl; Biotin; GG; Oxidation; Glu->pyro-Glu; Phospho; ADP-Ribosyl; Ethyl; Formyl; glycidamide; Carbamidomethyl; Deamidated; Acetyl; Gln->pyro-Glu; Dioxidation; Pro->Pyrrolidinone; Delta:H(4)C(2); Amidated; Dimethyl; Ammonium; Sulfo
Instrumentimpact II
Dataset History
RevisionDatetimeStatusChangeLog Entry
02023-03-12 18:32:02ID requested
12024-03-02 15:17:16announced
Publication List
Dataset with its publication pending
Keyword List
submitter keyword: octopus, global warming, thermal stress, embryo, DIA
Contact List
Dietmar Kültz
contact affiliationUC Davis
contact emaildkueltz@ucdavis.edu
lab head
Dietmar Kültz
contact affiliationUC Davis
contact emaildkueltz@ucdavis.edu
dataset submitter
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