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A carbon and nitrogen flux model of mussel digestive gland epithelial cells and their simulated response to pollutants.

Abstract:

The mussel digestive gland epithelial cells provide a key interface between the organism and pollutants such as aromatic hydrocarbons. The simulation of their uptake and export mechanisms as well as an internal protein degradation pathway, and any subsequent disruption to any of them, has been undertaken. A computational model is described, which simulates the flow of carbon and nitrogen through a mussel's digestive cell. The model uses a compartmentalised view of the cell with inviolate 'pip...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Physiology Anatomy and Genetics
Journal:
Marine environmental research
Volume:
58
Issue:
2-5
Pages:
821-827
Publication date:
2004
DOI:
EISSN:
1879-0291
ISSN:
0141-1136
URN:
uuid:789d5534-bb1a-4c95-a395-63b56b34ab58
Source identifiers:
101026
Local pid:
pubs:101026

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