Stress protein expression kinetics.

  title={Stress protein expression kinetics.},
  author={Kenneth R. Diller},
  journal={Annual review of biomedical engineering},
In all organisms there is an elevated synthesis of a select family of "stress proteins" in response to a broad array of environmentally driven stress vectors including elevated or depressed temperature, changes in pH, treatment with many classes of chemicals, ischemia, desiccation, and UV irradiation. The presence of stress proteins, often termed heat shock proteins (HSPs), has been recognized for more than four decades, and there is an extensive literature that addresses the structure and… CONTINUE READING


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