Polymorphisms in the bovine HSP90AB1 gene are associated with heat tolerance in Thai indigenous cattle

@inproceedings{Charoensook2011PolymorphismsIT,
  title={Polymorphisms in the bovine HSP90AB1 gene are associated with heat tolerance in Thai indigenous cattle},
  author={Rangsun Charoensook and Kesinee Gatphayak and Ahmad Reza Sharifi and Chavin Chaisongkram and Bertram Brenig and Christoph Knorr},
  booktitle={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2011}
}
Heat shock proteins act as molecular chaperones that have preferentially been transcribed in response to severe perturbations of the cellular homeostasis such as heat stress. Here the traits respiration rate (RR), rectal temperature (RT), pack cell volume (PCV) and the individual heat tolerance coefficient (HTC) were recorded as physiological responses on heat stress (environmental temperatures) in Bos taurus (crossbred Holstein Friesian; HF) and B. indicus (Thai native cattle: White Lamphun… CONTINUE READING
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