Heat shock-induced accumulation of 70-kDa stress protein (HSP70) can protect ATP-depleted tumor cells from necrosis.


The phenomenon of cell resistance to prolonged energy deprivation after mild thermal stress was studied in vitro. Murine P3O1 myeloma and Ehrlich ascites carcinoma cells were treated with rotenone (an inhibitor of respiration) in glucose-free medium to block ATP generation. ATP rapidly decreased in these cells to 3-6% of the initial level that resulted in… (More)


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