Hsp70 expression induced by Co‐Enzyme Q10 protected chicken myocardial cells from damage and apoptosis under in vitro heat stress

@article{Xu2017Hsp70EI,
  title={Hsp70 expression induced by Co‐Enzyme Q10 protected chicken myocardial cells from damage and apoptosis under in vitro heat stress},
  author={J. Xu and S C W Tang and Erbao Song and Bin Yin and D. Wu and Endong Bao},
  journal={Poultry Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={1426–1437}
}
&NA; The aim of this study was to investigate whether induction of Hsp70 expression by co‐enzyme Q10 (Q10) treatment protects chicken primary myocardial cells (CPMCs) from damage and apoptosis in response to heat stress for 5 hours. Analysis of the expression and distribution of Hsp70 and the levels of the damage‐related enzymes creatine kinase‐MB (CK‐MB) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), as well as pathological analysis showed that co‐enzyme Q10 alleviated the damage caused to CPMCs during heat… 
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