Brief exposures of human body lice to sublethal amounts of ivermectin over‐transcribes detoxification genes involved in tolerance

@article{Yoon2011BriefEO,
  title={Brief exposures of human body lice to sublethal amounts of ivermectin over‐transcribes detoxification genes involved in tolerance},
  author={K. Yoon and J. Strycharz and J. Baek and W. Sun and J. H. Kim and J. Kang and B. Pittendrigh and S. Lee and J. Clark},
  journal={Insect Molecular Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={20}
}
Transcriptional profiling results, using our non‐invasive induction assay {short exposure intervals (2–5 h) to sublethal amounts of insecticides [ 
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