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Expression Of Growth Arrest And Dna Damage Protein 45-Alpha (Gadd45-Alpha) And The Ccaat/Enhancer Binding Protein-Delta (C/Ebp-Delta) In Fishes Exposed To Heat And Hypoxia, Daniel Omar Hassumani
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The cellular stress response (CSR) is one of the most highly conserved mechanisms among all organisms. Cellular stress can be defined as damage or the threat of damage to proteins, macromolecules and/or DNA. The response to damage can involve cell cycle regulation, protein chaperoning, DNA repair or, if macromolecular damage is too severe, apoptotic mechanisms can be initiated. This thesis details experiments that were designed to examine the cellular response to non-lethal environmental stressors at the protein level, using two fish species as study models. Two proteins that can cause cell cycle arrest and apoptosis mechanisms were examined. Expression ...