Measurement of Gst and Cat enzyme activity in liver of fish caged in Kollevåg.
Coastal zones and oceans constitute an essential fundament for Norway’s history as well as current economy, providing ecosystem services for fisheries, aquaculture, transport, tourism, and recreation. The petroleum activities in Norwegian waters have been crucial for Norway’s financial growth and in financing the Norwegian welfare state. As the pressure on the oceans continuously increases, both the petroleum industry and the seafood industries have acknowledged that awareness and actions are
This study involves all data gathered from the Kollevåg study - studying environmental pollution at a capped waste disposal site in Kollevåg, Askøy.
Cod were caged in Kollevåg (Stations 1, 2 and 3 - from inner to outer parts) and at a reference location (Ref station) for a period of six weeks, from 2nd September 2016, to 17-18th October 2016.
Enzyme activity of glutathione-s-transferase (Gst) and catalase (Cat) in Kollevåg samples
Contributor: Karina Dale
Assay type: Experimental Assay Type
Technology type: Enzymatic Activity Measurements
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