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Most research into the effects of phytochemical isoflavones has focussed on endocrine disruptions, and especially on oestrogenic imbalances; however, little is known about their effects on other molecular signals such as transcriptional coregulators and choriolytic enzymatic pathways, which are also important in reproductive processes. In male and female zebrafish Danio rerio, the soya isoflavones genistein and daidzein (provided at 10 mg l −1 for 15 d) modulated the basal expression levels ofdoi:10.3354/ab00726 fatcat:2hdj6ambnzd4lfftynd5x7b5ha