Heat transient related changes in stress-protein synthesis.

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A slow temperature transient from 37 to 42 degrees C over 3 hr instead of the usual rapid 4- to 7-min transient increases thermal resistance twofold in MTC tumor cells and yet reduces the rates of synthesis of the 70- and 22-kDa heat-stress proteins (hsp) immediately prior to and during expression of thermal resistance--2 to 8 hr after reaching 42 degrees C… (More)

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