19 Heat Shock Proteins in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia

@inproceedings{DempseyHibbert201719HS,
  title={19 Heat Shock Proteins in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia},
  author={Nina Claire Dempsey-Hibbert and Christine Hoyle and John H. Williams},
  year={2017}
}
Over the last decade, research has implicated a group of molecular chaperones termed Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) as major contributors to cancer progression and the development of chemo-resistance. HSPs were initially discovered as a group of proteins that were strongly induced in response to heat shock and other cellular stresses. Under non-stress conditions, they have a wide variety of roles within many sub-cellular compartments where they facilitate protein folding, prevent protein unfolding… CONTINUE READING

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