Table 1.

Genes that responded to heat shock in both gill and white muscle, the biological process with which they are associated, and whether they were up- or downregulated

GeneBiological processDirection of response in gillDirection of response in muscleMinimal stress proteome? (sensu Kültz, 2005) *
Hsp40Protein folding++/−Yes
Hsp60Protein folding++Yes
Hsp70Protein folding++Yes
Hsc71Protein folding++No
Hsp90Protein folding++No
Hsp108Protein folding++No
Peptidyl-prolyl isomeraseProtein folding++Yes
T-complex protein 1Protein folding++No
Euk. translation initiation factor 3Protein synthesis++No
Elongation factor 1αProtein synthesis++No
UbiquitinProtein degradation++No
Cathepsin LProteolysis++No
Tubulointerstitial nephritis antigenProteolysis++No
ADAM 17Proteolysis++No
Calpain 9Proteolysis++No
RNA-dependent helicase p68Cell proliferation+No
Suppressor of G2 allele of SKP1Cell proliferation++No
Transducer of ERBB2Cell proliferation+No
Integrin beta-1 binding proteinCell adhesion++No
PeriplakinCell adhesion++No
Isocitrate dehydrogenaseCarbohydrate metabolism+Yes
L-lactate dehydrogenaseCarbohydrate metabolism+No
Glutamine synthetaseNitrogen metabolism++No
cAMP response element binding proteinTranscriptional regulation++No
C/EBP deltaTranscriptional regulation++No
VBPTranscriptional regulation++No
STAT-3Transcriptional regulation++No
Parvalbumin alphaTransport++No
Parvalbumin betaTransport++No
Nucleoside diphosphate kinaseNTP biosynthesis++Yes
  • +, upregulated; −, downregulated.

  • * Whether the gene is a member of the cross-taxa, minimum stress proteome proposed by Kültz.