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heat shock protein

n.
Any of a group of cellular proteins produced under physiological stress, such as high or low body temperature, that stabilize other cellular proteins and adjust cellular metabolism to cope with the stress.
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The work presented here is in continuation of our previous work where one of the members of heat shock proteins HSPA6 mRNA was isolated (Genbank accession number HQ214118) and characterized from Arabian camel (Elrobh et al.
Small heat shock proteins have been identified as vital biomolecules having a substantial role in the pathogenesis of MTB.
The sets of genes enriched for early transcriptional response to heat stress included heat shock proteins, small GTPases, and proteasome genes.
The authors cover the Hsp70 molecular chaperones, the structure and mechanism of AAA+ chaperones, the family of small heat shock proteins, and other related subjects.
Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are molecular chaperones either expressed constitutively or inductively in regulating cellular homeostasis and promoting cell survival [3].
Burgess group is now working to test a number of other heat shock proteins to see if they are also involved in wound healing.
Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are as molecular chaperones and stress proteins induced by heat, cold, anoxia and parasitism.
Background: To develop a vaccine-based immunotherapy for sarcoma, we evaluated a mixture of heat shock proteins (mHSPs) as a vaccine for sarcoma treatment in a mouse model.
The stress response entails the rapid synthesis of heat shock proteins (HSPs) to protect cellular proteins against denaturation (Feder & Hofmann 1999; Boutet et al.
This adaptation includes structural remodeling and biochemical changes such as an upregulation of antioxidant enzymes, content of stress and heat shock proteins (HSPs) (McArdle and Jackson, 2000; Vasilaki et al.
Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) are a possible contributing cause to the sauna health effects.
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