Iu. F. Pastukhov

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The intracellular expression of heat shock proteins (HSPs), including major stress protein with a molecular weight of 70 kDa (HSP70), appeared at the earliest stages of evolution as a protection of cellular homeostasis from various stresses. The protective function of HSPs is related to their intracellular chaperone and cytoprotective activities [1].(More)
Diurnal variations of the brain temperature and other visceral parameters depend on the changes that occur in successively alternating episodes of wakefulness, slow wave sleep (SWS), and paradoxical sleep (PS) [1–4]. The role of the major inhibitory system of the brain, the GABAergic system, in the sleep control has only been studied in cats [5, 6]. The PS(More)
76 In the last ten years, the hypotheses that chaper ones of the HSP70 (Heat Shock Protein 70 kDa) fam ily play an important role in the biosynthesis of pro teins and other macromolecules and in sleep recovery dominate in the literature [1–3]. These hypothesis are insufficiently substantiated due to the use of stress models, in which a large number of(More)
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