Combining animal personalities with transcriptomics resolves individual variation within a wild-type zebrafish population and identifies underpinning molecular differences in brain function.

@article{Rey2013CombiningAP,
  title={Combining animal personalities with transcriptomics resolves individual variation within a wild-type zebrafish population and identifies underpinning molecular differences in brain function.},
  author={Sonia Rey and Sebasti{\'a}n Bolta{\~n}a and Rosa Maria Vargas and Nerea Roher and Simon Mackenzie},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 24},
  pages={6100-15}
}
Resolving phenotype variation within a population in response to environmental perturbation is central to understanding biological adaptation. Relating meaningful adaptive changes at the level of the transcriptome requires the identification of processes that have a functional significance for the individual. This remains a major objective towards understanding the complex interactions between environmental demand and an individual's capacity to respond to such demands. The interpretation of… CONTINUE READING
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