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Sublethal heat exposure induces the production of heat stress protein (HSP) 72 kDa, a reported cytoprotectant, in several tissues including the rat kidney. However, the localization and time course of HSP 72 accumulation in the kidney in response to heat or other cell stresses such as transient ischemia have not been described. In anesthetized rats exposed(More)
Although heat stress proteins (HSPs) mediate thermotolerance, the cellular targets of thermal injury and mechanisms of acquired cytoprotection are unknown. To describe the metabolic effects of hyperthermia and the potential mechanisms of thermotolerance, the following were measured in inner medullary collecting duct cells after a 43 degrees C and/or a 50(More)
Pollution and the dispersion of pollutants are important issues in the environment of rivers and estuaries, being regarded as the major problems in utilizing the surface water globally. Environmentally speaking, the Gour Soozan Estuary suffers from a lot of problems. Arriving at a model for the dispersion of pollution and pollutant particles will therefore(More)
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