Both heat-shock and cold-shock influence trehalose metabolism in an entomopathogenic nematode.

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Heat-shock response is highly conserved in animals and microorganisms, and it results in the synthesis of heat-shock proteins. In yeast, heat-shock response has also been reported to induce trehalose accumulation. We explored the relationship between heat- (35 C) or cold-shock (1 and 10 C) and trehalose metabolism in the entomopathogenic nematode… (More)

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