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Biobehavioral responses to stress in females: tend-and-befriend, not fight-or-flight.
- S. Taylor, L. C. Klein, B. P. Lewis, T. Gruenewald, R. A. Gurung, J. Updegraff
- Medicine, Psychology
- Psychological review
- 29 June 2000
The human stress response has been characterized, both physiologically and behaviorally, as "fight-or-flight." Although fight-or-flight may characterize the primary physiological responses to stress… Expand
Cladribine inhibits a diltiazem-induced increase in red blood cell purine nucleotide concentrations in a zebrafish model
- L. C. Klein, Pollen K. Yeung, J. Berman
- Biology, Medicine
- Biomarkers : biochemical indicators of exposure…
- 1 December 2009
Minimizing drug interactions is paramount to improving the efficacy and tolerability of cancer therapy. The zebrafish represents an innovative cancer model due to highly conserved genetics and… Expand
Notch Signaling Is Required for Mast Cell Development in the Zebrafish.
Abstract 3588 Poster Board III-525 The molecular pathways regulating mast cell (MC) development in vertebrates remain to be elucidated. The Notch signaling pathway is highly conserved in all… Expand
Notch Signaling Is Required for Mast Cell Development In the Zebrafish and May Represent a Novel Therapeutic Strategy In Systemic Mastocytosis
Abstract 930 We have been exploiting the advantages provided by the zebrafish system to elucidate the molecular pathways regulating mast cell (MC) development in vertebrates and to model human MC… Expand