Differential response to Cadmium exposure by expression of a two and a three-domain metallothionein isoform in the land winkle Pomatias elegans: Valuating the marine heritage of a land snail.

@article{Schmielau2019DifferentialRT,
  title={Differential response to Cadmium exposure by expression of a two and a three-domain metallothionein isoform in the land winkle Pomatias elegans: Valuating the marine heritage of a land snail.},
  author={Lara Schmielau and M. Dvorak and Michael Niederwanger and Nicole Dobieszewski and Veronika Pedrini-Martha and P. Ladurner and J. Pedregal and Jean-Didier Mar{\'e}chal and R. Dallinger},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2019},
  volume={648},
  pages={
          561-571
        }
}
Through evolution, marine snails have adapted several times independently to terrestrial life. A prime example for such transitions is the adaptation to terrestrial conditions in members of the gastropod clade of Littorinoidea (Caenogastropoda). Some species of this lineage like the periwinkle (Littorina littorea), live in intertidal habitats, where they are intermittently exposed to semi-terrestrial conditions. Pomatias elegans is a close relative of Littorina littorea that has successfully… Expand
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