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The Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics
Physiologically based modelling using DEBtox (dynamic energy budget in toxicology) and transcriptional profiling were used in Caenorhabditis elegans to identify how physiological modes of action, as indicated by effects on system level resource allocation were associated with changes in gene expression following exposure to three toxic chemicals: cadmium, fluoranthene (FA) and atrazine (AZ). Results: For Cd, the physiological mode of action as indicated by DEBtox model fitting was an effect ondoi:10.1002/9783527678679.dg01259 fatcat:6qe4sekxozb6pedovwzdo2wrqi