Integrated pathway modules using time-course metabolic profiles and EST data from Milnesium tardigradum

@inproceedings{Beisser2011IntegratedPM,
  title={Integrated pathway modules using time-course metabolic profiles and EST data from Milnesium tardigradum},
  author={Daniela Beisser and Markus A. Grohme and Joachim Kopka and Marcus Frohme and Ralph O. Schill and Steffen Hengherr and Thomas Dandekar and Gunnar W. Klau and Marcus T. Dittrich and Tobias Mueller},
  booktitle={BMC Systems Biology},
  year={2011}
}
Tardigrades are multicellular organisms, resistant to extreme environmental changes such as heat, drought, radiation and freezing. They outlast these conditions in an inactive form (tun) to escape damage to cellular structures and cell death. Tardigrades are apparently able to prevent or repair such damage and are therefore a crucial model organism for stress tolerance. Cultures of the tardigrade Milnesium tardigradum were dehydrated by removing the surrounding water to induce tun formation… CONTINUE READING
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