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genetic homeostasis


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genetic homeostasis

genetic homeostasis

genetic homeostasis

genetic homeostasis

Neuronal copper homeostasis susceptibility by genetic defects in dysbindin, a schizophrenia susceptibility factor

Pregnancy-associated homeostasis and dysregulation: lessons from genetically modified animal models

Molecular and genetic aspects of cardiac fatty acid homeostasis in health and disease

Genetic interactions among the Arl1 GTPase and intracellular Na+/H+ antiporters in pH homeostasis and cation detoxification

Genetic variants associated with motion sickness point to roles for inner ear development, neurological processes and glucose homeostasis

A mouse genetic model for familial cholestasis caused by ATP8B1 mutations reveals perturbed bile salt homeostasis but no impairment in bile secretion

Fine-tuning in Ca2+ homeostasis underlies progression of cardiomyopathy in myocytes derived from genetically modified embryonic stem cells

Telomere length homeostasis and telomere position effect on a linear human artificial chromosome are dictated by the genetic background

Genetic variations in bile acid homeostasis are not overrepresented in alcoholic cirrhosis compared to patients with heavy alcohol abuse and absent liver disease

Impaired calcium homeostasis is associated with sudden cardiac death and arrhythmias in a genetic equivalent mouse model of the human HRC-Ser96Ala variant

Genetic models show that parathyroid hormone and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 play distinct and synergistic roles in postnatal mineral ion homeostasis and skeletal development

Genetic interactions between the Golgi Ca2+/H+ exchanger Gdt1 and the plasma membrane calcium channel Cch1/Mid1 in the regulation of calcium homeostasis, stress response and virulence in Candida albicans

Genetic interactions between Rch1 and the high-affinity calcium influx system Cch1/Mid1/Ecm7 in the regulation of calcium homeostasis, drug tolerance, hyphal development and virulence in Candida albicans

 

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The tendency of a population to equilibrate its genetic composition and to resist sudden changes.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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