Table_4_Reconstruction of Eriocheir sinensis Y-organ Genome-Scale Metabolic Network and Differential Analysis After Eyestalk Ablation.XLSX (66.55 kB)

Table_4_Reconstruction of Eriocheir sinensis Y-organ Genome-Scale Metabolic Network and Differential Analysis After Eyestalk Ablation.XLSX

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posted on 25.09.2020 by Bin Wang, Jiarui Yang, Chenchen Gao, Tong Hao, Jingjing Li, Jinsheng Sun

Genome-scale metabolic network (GSMN) has been proven to be a useful tool for the system analysis of organism metabolism and applied to deeply explore the metabolic functions or mechanisms in many organisms, including model or non-model organisms. However, the systematic studies on the metabolisms of aquatic animals are seldom reported, especially the aquatic crustaceans. In this work, we reconstructed an Eriocheir sinensis Y-organ GSMN based on the transcriptome sequencing of Y-organ, which includes 1,645 reactions, 1,885 unigenes, and 1,524 metabolites distributed in 100 pathways and 11 subsystems. Functional module and centrality analysis of the GSMN show the main metabolic functions of Y-organ. Further analysis of the differentially expressed unigenes in Y-organ after eyestalk ablation reveals that 191 genes in the network were up-regulated and 283 were down-regulated. The unigenes associated with the ecdysone synthetic pathway were all up-regulated, which is consistent with the report on the increasing secretion of ecdysone after eyestalk ablation. Besides, we compared the Y-organ GSMN with that of E. sinensis eyestalk and hepatopancreas, and we analyzed the specific metabolisms in each organ. The specific metabolisms and pathways of these three networks are closely related to their corresponding metabolic functions. The GSMN reconstructed in this work provides a new method and many novel clues for further understanding the physiological function of Y-organ. It also supplies a new platform for the investigation of the interactions among different organs in the growth process of E. sinensis.

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