Heat shock proteins and their role in early mammalian development

Abstract

Elevated body temperature can result from many agents in the natural environment, such as fever, hot weather and heavy exercise. In our modern living conditions additional sources of induced hyperthermia including hot baths, saunas, drugs, electromagnetic radiation and ultrasound have been introduced. Hyperthermia during pregnancy has been shown to cause a… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/emm.1997.21

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@article{Walsh1997HeatSP, title={Heat shock proteins and their role in early mammalian development}, author={David A. Walsh and Marshall J Edwards MJ and Murray S R Smith}, journal={Experimental & Molecular Medicine}, year={1997}, volume={29}, pages={139-150} }