Antiapoptotic and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of heat-shock protein protection.

@article{Yenari2005AntiapoptoticAA,
  title={Antiapoptotic and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of heat-shock protein protection.},
  author={Midori A Yenari and J Liu and Zhen Zheng and Zinaida S. Vexler and Jong Eun Lee and Rona G. Giffard},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={1053},
  pages={
          74-83
        }
}
We and others have previously shown that heat-shock proteins (HSPs) are involved in protecting the brain from a variety of insults including stroke, epilepsy, and other related insults. While the mechanism of this protection has largely been thought to be due to their chaperone functions (i.e., preventing abnormal protein folding or aggregation), recent work has shown that HSPs may also directly interfere with other cell death pathways such as apoptosis and inflammation. Using models of… CONTINUE READING

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