Liudmyla Kapustian

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Physiological stresses (heat, hemodynamics, genetic mutations, oxidative injury and myocardial ischemia) produce pathological states in which protein damage and misfolded protein structures are a common denominator. The specialized proteins family of antistress proteins - molecular chaperons (HSPs) - are responsible for correct protein folding, dissociating(More)
The constituents of stable multiprotein complexes are known to dissociate from the complex to play independent regulatory roles. The components of translation elongation complex eEF1H (eEF1A, eEF1Bα, eEF1Bβ, eEF1Bγ) were found overexpressed in different cancers. To gain the knowledge about novel cancer-related translational mechanisms we intended to reveal(More)
Loss of function or/and death of cardiomyocytes is one of the major contributing factors in the development of heart failure. Cytosolic Hsp60 can directly interact and regulate activation of some kinases and sequestrate certain proapoptotic molecules to avoid the cardiomyocyte apoptosis. We assumed that Akt1 kinase, a downstream effector of PI3 kinase, can(More)
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