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Deterioration of chum salmon oncorhynchus keta muscle during spawning migration iii. changes in protein composition and protease activity of juvenile chum salmon muscle upon treatment with sex steroids


Deterioration of chum salmon oncorhynchus keta muscle during spawning migration iii. changes in protein composition and protease activity of juvenile chum salmon muscle upon treatment with sex steroids



Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B 83(2): 325-330



ISSN/ISBN: 1096-4959

DOI: 10.1016/0305-0491(86)90375-5

Changes in protein composition and protease activity of juvenile chum salmon muscle upon treatment with sex steroids were investigated. A slight breeding color was observed on chum salmon following the oral administration of 17.alpha.-methyltestosterone. Sarcoplasmic protein significantly decreased, while ninhydrin-positive substances from protein-free fractions significantly increased upon treatment with 17.alpha.-methyltestosterone. Autolytic activity of the fish treated with 17.alpha.-methyltestosterone drastically increased. Estradiol-17.beta. did not significantly influence the protein composition and autolytic activity. These results indicate that androgen is closely related to the deterioration of chum salmon muscle.

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