heat shock protein


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heat shock protein

[¦hēt ‚shäk ′prō‚tēn]
(cell and molecular biology)
Any of a group of proteins that are synthesized in the cytoplasm of cells as part of the heat shock response and act to protect the chromosomes from damage.
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Polymorphisms of heat shock protein 90 (Hsp90) in the sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicas and their association with heat-resistance.
Analysis of genetic diversity of the heat shock protein 70 gene on the basis of abundant sequence polymorphisms in chicken breeds.
Cancer cells use heat shock proteins to enable their successful growth and spread and even to help them become treatment resistant.
Bepperling et al investigated bacterial small heat shock proteins such as Hsp17.7 and Hsp20.2 proteins.
Characterization of the 5' flanking region: We previously published the full length of the camel heat shock protein 6 (HSPA6) mRNA (Genbank accession number HQ214118)(Elrobh et al., 2011).
The present study was carried out to see whether treatment of IFN-[gamma] and IL-10 cytokines to intracellular MTB, engulfed by RAW264.7 cells, modulates the expression of its gene hspX encoding small heat shock protein 16.3.
As time progressed (150-300 min), protein degradation and stress response factors, including heat shock proteins, were all significantly differentially expressed and significantly enriched.
Western blot of heat shock protein (HSP) 90 (A), glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (B) in high (n = 6), intermediate (n = 6) and low (n = 6) drip loss grouped chicken muscles, and relative intensities of HSP90 (C).
Preuss et al., "Immediate and transient phosphorylation of the heat shock protein 27 initiates chemoresistance in prostate cancer cells," Oncology Reports, vol.
Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are a large family of proteins which are present in all organisms and in many tissues.4
Characterization of heat shock protein 110 and glucose-regulated protein 170 as cancer vaccines and the effect of fever-range hyperthermia on vaccine activity.

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