Molecular chaperones in ectothermic marine animals: biochemical function and gene expression.

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The intertidal zone has historically functioned as an important natural laboratory for testing ideas about how physical factors such as temperature influence organismal physiology and in turn influence the distribution patterns of organisms. Key to our understanding of how the physical environment helps structure organismal distribution is the… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/icb/42.4.808

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@article{Hofmann2002MolecularCI, title={Molecular chaperones in ectothermic marine animals: biochemical function and gene expression.}, author={Gretchen E. Hofmann and Bradley A. Buckley and Sean P. Place and Mackenzie L. Zippay}, journal={Integrative and comparative biology}, year={2002}, volume={42 4}, pages={808-14} }