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Mensional electrophoresis-based proteomics to reveal the mechanistic differences by analysis of hemolymph proteome changes between the worker bees of two bee species during the larval to pupal stages. Results: The brood body weight of Apis mellifera was significantly heavier than that of Apis cerana at each developmental stage. Significantly, different protein expression patterns and metabolic pat
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N Salmo salar and coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch to experimental infection with sea lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Dis Aquat Organ 2002, 52(1):57?8. 47. Mordue AJ, Birkett MA: A review of host finding behaviour in the parasitic sea louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Caligidae: Copepoda). J Fish Dis 2009, 32(1):3?3. 48. Bj n PA, Finstad B: The physiological effects of salmon lice infection on sea tro
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N Salmo salar and coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch to experimental infection with sea lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Dis Aquat Organ 2002, 52(1):57?8. 47. Mordue AJ, Birkett MA: A review of host finding behaviour in the parasitic sea louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Caligidae: Copepoda). J Fish Dis 2009, 32(1):3?3. 48. Bj n PA, Finstad B: The physiological effects of salmon lice infection on sea tro
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N adult liver stem cells..................... 1413 8.3.3 Hepatocyte proliferation induced by gene transfer ........................................................ 1414 9 Use of in vitro systems for predicting metabolism and drug interactions .................................................................. 1415 9.1 Prediction of hepatic drug clearance ......................... 1415 9.1.1 Overvie
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N adult liver stem cells..................... 1413 8.3.3 Hepatocyte proliferation induced by gene transfer ........................................................ 1414 9 Use of in vitro systems for predicting metabolism and drug interactions .................................................................. 1415 9.1 Prediction of hepatic drug clearance ......................... 1415 9.1.1 Overvie
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Available to authorized users.?P. Godoy ?R. Stober ?A. Widera ?J. G. Hengstler Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IFADO), 44139 Dortmund, Germany N. J. Hewitt ( ) SWS, Wingertstrasse 25, 64390 Erzhausen, Germany e-mail: nickyhewittltd@yahoo.co.uk ?U. Albrecht ?J. G. Bode ?D. Haussinger ?V. Keitel ?C. Kordes Clinic for Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectious Dise
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Available to authorized users.?P. Godoy ?R. Stober ?A. Widera ?J. G. Hengstler Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IFADO), 44139 Dortmund, Germany N. J. Hewitt ( ) SWS, Wingertstrasse 25, 64390 Erzhausen, Germany e-mail: nickyhewittltd@yahoo.co.uk ?U. Albrecht ?J. G. Bode ?D. Haussinger ?V. Keitel ?C. Kordes Clinic for Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectious Dise
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Ricultural Science, Beijing 100093, Chinainhibit growth of microorganisms via an encapsulation pathway. As the system responsible for transporting various molecules throughout the body (such as nutrients, ions, and hormones), hemolymph also mirrors the physiological condition of the body, making it suitable for monitoring systemic changes in other pathways [3]. Hemolymph is transparent or light ye