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Inhibition of HSP90 causes morphological variation in the invasive ant Cardiocondyla obscurior

Schrader, Lukas ; Winter, Miles ; Errbii, Mohammed ; Delabie, Jacques ; Oettler, Jan ; Gadau, Jürgen


Canalization underlies the expression of steady phenotypes in the face of unsteady environmental conditions or varying genetic backgrounds. The chaperone HSP90 has been identified as a key component of the molecular machinery regulating canalization and a growing body of research suggests that HSP90 could act as a general capacitator in evolution. However, empirical data about HSP90-dependent ...


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