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    • Genome-wide analysis of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) mucin genes and their role as biomarkers 

      Sveen, Lene Rydal; Grammes, Fabian Thomas; Ytteborg, Elisabeth; Takle, Harald Rune; Jørgensen, Sven Martin (PLoS, 2017-10-08)
      The aim of this study was to identify potential mucin genes in the Atlantic salmon genome and evaluate tissue-specific distribution and transcriptional regulation in response to aquaculture- relevant stress conditions ...
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    • High fish density delays wound healing in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) 

      Sveen, Lene Rydal; Timmerhaus, Gerrit; Krasnov, Aleksei; Takle, Harald; Stefansson, Sigurd Olav; Handeland, Sigurd O; Ytteborg, Elisabeth (Nature Publishing, 2018-11-15)
      In this study, we look closer at how high fish densities influence wound repair mechanisms in post-smolt Atlantic salmon. The fish were wounded with a 5 mm skin punch biopsy needle and stocked at two different densities, ...
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    • Impact of fish density and specific water flow on skin properties in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) post-smolts 

      Sveen, Lene Rydal; Timmerhaus, Gerrit; Torgersen, Jacob Seilø; Ytteborg, Elisabeth; Jørgensen, Sven Martin; Handeland, Sigurd Olav; Stefansson, Sigurd Olav; Nilsen, Tom Ole; Calabrese, Sara; Ebbesson, Lars O.E.; Terjesen, Bendik Fyhn; Takle, Harald Rune (Elsevier, 2016)
      Prolonged production of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) post-smolts in closed-containment systems has prompted research into biological requirements under higher production intensities. This study examined the effect of fish ...
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    • Wound healing in post-smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) 

      Sveen, Lene Rydal; Timmerhaus, Gerrit; Krasnov, Aleksei; Takle, Harald; Handeland, Sigurd; Ytteborg, Elisabeth (Nature Research, 2019-03-05)
      Skin biopsies (5 mm) taken from behind the dorsal fin on Atlantic salmon post-smolts were followed over a 2 month period. The healing process was dominated by hemostasis, acute inflammation, and epidermal repair the first ...
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