ThermoTRP channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl
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ThermoTRP channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation. The regulation of egg temperature requires the transfer of heat from the brood patch skin and regulation of broodpatch blood flow The broodpatch needs:

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Thermotrp channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation

ThermoTRP channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl

during egg incubation

  • The regulation of egg temperature requires the transfer of heat from the brood patch skin and regulation of broodpatch blood flow

  • The broodpatch needs:

    • The presence of thermo receptors namely thermoTRPs

    • An appropriate vasomotor response and morphological change

  • We tried to detect :

    • The presence of thermoTRP channels (V1, V3, V4, A1 and M8) in different junglefowl tissues

    • Changes of brood patch: Regulation in TRP channels?

    • Morphological changes?


Thermotrp channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation

  • M8 in all checked tissues (Heart, Kidney, Liver, DRG, Blood, WBC and SKIN)

  • V1 in all except Blood

  • V3 in all except Blood and WBC

  • A1 in None except Liver and DRG


Thermotrp channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation

  • M8 in all checked tissues (Heart, Kidney, Liver, DRG, Blood, WBC and SKIN

  • V1 in all except Blood

  • V3 in all except Blood and WBC

  • A1 in None except Liver and DRG

Only Genomic fragments for V4


Thermotrp channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation

  • M8 in all checked tissues (Heart, Kidney, Liver, DRG, Blood, WBC and SKIN

  • V1 in all except Blood

  • V3 in all except Blood and WBC

  • A1 in None except Liver and DRG

In the skin

Only Genomic fragments for V4


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  • No change in V1 & V3 expression in qPCR!

  • M8?

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Thermotrp channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation

  • thermoTRP’s expression in junglefowl ‘s tissues

  • TRPA1 not in the skin. Why?

  • TRPV4 mRNA was not found in any tissue. Why?

  • Not expressed?

  • Alternative splicing?

  • Brood patch morphological changes

  • Epidermal increase, AVA’s frequency amplification, AVA’s area growth

  • TRP channels regulation in Epidermis?

  • Or AVAs? Or in the earlier stages?


Thermotrp channels expression in the broodpatch of junglefowl during egg incubation

  • Although we can see considerable morphological changes in the skin of broodpatch the tested thermoTRP channel’s expression did not show significant change

  • TRP channels are so specific to some parts of skin?

  • TRP channels regulation is only in AVAs or epidermis? Or in first stages of incubation?

  • V4 a mystery!

  • Thank you!


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