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Abnormal proteins as the trigger for the induction of stress responses: Heat, diamide, and sodium arsenite
  • K. Lee, G. Hahn
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of cellular physiology
  • 1 September 1988
The hypothesis that production of abnormal proteins by various stresses induces the stress responses as well as tolerance to heat shock protein synthesis and thermotolerance is supported. Expand
An immunoassay for heat shock protein 73/72: use of the assay to correlate HSP73/72 levels in mammalian cells with heat response.
A good correlation between the extent of thermotolerance and the amount of HSP73/72 is found, suggesting that an increase in HSP 73/72 level is important for the development of thermtolerance. Expand
[Effect of hexosamine derivatives on mesenchymal metabolic processes of in vitro cultured fetal bone explants].
It is concluded that in the treatment of degenerative joint diseases nonsteroidal antiphlogistics acting similarly to oxyphenbutazone should be used, if at all, as cautiously as possible, whereas drugs with the type of action observed in the three glucosamine derivatives could be expected to exert a beneficial effect. Expand
[Cultures of fetal bone sites as a model for studying drug influence on mesenchymal metabolic processes (author's transl)].
Using dexamethasone, oxyphenbutazone, acetyl salicylic acid, sodium aurothiomalate and sodium pentosanpolysulfate as test drugs clear differences in the action on the determined parameters (explant growth, DNA- and uronic acid-content, glycosaminoglycan secretion of the explants) could be demonstrated. Expand
On-line Moisture Measurement of Sinter Mix