Protein phosphorylation profile of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in response to pre-slaughter pumping stress and postmortem time
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This study aimed to evaluate the effect of pumping stress (pumping and pumping-resting) and postmortem time (before and after rigor mortis) on phosphorylation profiles of myofibrillar protein (MP) and sarcoplasmic protein (SP) of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) fillets. The result showed that MP had higher global phosphorylation levels than SP regardless of stress condition and postmortem time. The pumping process resulted in significant changes in phosphorylation of structural proteins including myosin heavy and light chains. Pumping also affected the phosphorylation status of heat shock proteins and metabolic enzymes involved in the glycolytic pathways, indicating the possible role of phosphorylation in regulating energy hemostasis of fish under stressful conditions. The pumping-induced phosphorylation changes mainly occurred before rigor mortis, and postmortem time affected the phosphorylation status to a less extent. This work contributes to a deeper understanding on protein phosphorylation affected by pre-slaughter stress and postmortem time of fish.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|
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- Myofibrillar proteins, Postmortem time, Protein phosphorylation, Pumping, Sarcoplasmic proteins