Bob Johnsen

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Caenorhabditis elegans strains carrying stress-reporter green fluorescent protein transgenes were used to explore patterns of response to metals. Multiple stress pathways were induced at high doses by most metals tested, including members of the heat shock, oxidative stress, metallothionein (mtl) and xenobiotic response gene families. A mathematical model(More)
Increasing evidence indicates that numerous genetic pathways responding to environmental stress in animals are regulated co-ordinately as well as independently. These stress-response systems should therefore be viewed in holistic terms as a network. As such, their behaviour is susceptible to mathematical modelling using a systems biology approach. This(More)
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