ELOVL2 Knockout

By generating CRISPR-mediated elovl2 knockout, we are planning to study the crucial role of elovl2 for multi-tissue synthesis of 22:6n-3 in vivo. Endogenously synthesized PUFAs are important for transcriptional regulation of lipogenic genes in Atlantic salmon. This study demonstrates key roles of elovl2 at two penultimate steps of PUFA synthesis in vivo and suggests Srebp-1 as a main regulator of endogenous PUFA synthesis in Atlantic salmon.

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