High temperature induces transcriptomic changes in Crassostrea gigas that hinder progress of ostreid herpes virus (OsHV-1) and promote survival

Lizenn Delisle, Marianna Pauletto, Jeremie Vidal-Dupiol, Bruno Petton, Luca Bargelloni, Caroline Montagnani, Fabrice Pernet, Charlotte Corporeau & Elodie Fleury
Of all environmental factors, seawater temperature plays a decisive role in triggering marine diseases. Like fever in vertebrates, high seawater temperature could modulate the host response to pathogens in ectothermic animals. In France, massive mortality of Pacific oysters, Crassostrea gigas, caused by the ostreid herpesvirus 1 (OsHV-1) is markedly reduced when temperatures exceed 24°C in the field. In the present study we assess how high temperature influences the host response to the pathogen by comparing...
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