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Gene expression profiling to characterize sediment toxicity – a pilot study using Caenorhabditis elegans whole genome microarrays

By Ralph Menzel, Suresh C Swain, Sebastian Hoess, Evelyn Claus, Stefanie Menzel, Christian EW Steinberg, Georg Reifferscheid and Stephen R Stürzenbaum
Topics: Methodology Article
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