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John K.Colbourne Joseph R.Shaw ElenaSostare ClaudiaRivetti RomainDerelle RosemaryBarnett BrunoCampos CarlieLaLone Mark R.Viant GeoffHodges

October 2022, 100287

Highlights

•Pathways to toxicity are shared between humans and other animals by common ancestry.
•>70% of adversity-linked genes are shared among distantly related species.
•Pathway conservation among species is based on the number of interacting genes.
•Biomarkers of adversity are evolutionarily conserved across the animal phylogeny.

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