Screening for Coping Style Increases the Power of Gene Expression Studies

@article{Mackenzie2009ScreeningFC,
  title={Screening for Coping Style Increases the Power of Gene Expression Studies},
  author={Simon Mackenzie and Laia Ribas and Maciej Pilarczyk and Davinia Morera Capdevila and Sunil Kadri and Felicity Anne Huntingford},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={12 - 4683}
}
BACKGROUND Individuals of many vertebrate species show different stress coping styles and these have a striking influence on how gene expression shifts in response to a variety of challenges. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS This is clearly illustrated by a study in which common carp displaying behavioural predictors of different coping styles (characterised by a proactive, adrenaline-based or a reactive, cortisol-based response) were subjected to inflammatory challenge and specific gene transcripts… CONTINUE READING

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