István T Horváth

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The fluidity of Synechocystis membranes was adjusted in vivo by temperature acclimation, addition of fluidizer agent benzyl alcohol, or catalytic lipid hydrogenation specific to plasma membranes. The(More)
During heat shock, structural changes in proteins and membranes may lead to cell death. While GroE and other chaperone proteins are involved in the prevention of stress-induced protein aggregation(More)
BACKGROUND Chronic inflammatory diseases are associated with an increased production of oxidants. Induction of a stress protein, heme oxygenase (HO) HO-1, is a cytoprotective mechanism against(More)
One of the well-characterized phenomena associated with the acclimation of organisms to changes in ambient temperature is the regulation of the molecular motion or "fluidity" of membrane lipids via(More)