The 70 kD heat shock protein (hsp 70) in soil invertebrates: a possible tool for monitoring environmental toxicants.

@article{Khler1992The7K,
  title={The 70 kD heat shock protein (hsp 70) in soil invertebrates: a possible tool for monitoring environmental toxicants.},
  author={Heinz R K{\"o}hler and Rita Triebskorn and Walter St{\"o}cker and Peter Minael Kloetzel and Gerd Alberti},
  journal={Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology},
  year={1992},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={334-8}
}
The expression of hsp 70 after heat shock or exposure to heavy metals/molluscicides was investigated by fluorography or immunoblot in three diplopods (Glomeris marginata, Cylindroiulus punctatus, Tachypodoiulus niger), two slugs (Deroceras reticulatum, Arion ater), and one isopod (Oniscus asellus). In O. asellus, hsp 70 expression occurred after heat shock and also after lead treatment, whereby a solution of 100 mg/kg Pb2+ was sufficient. Animals of the same species taken from a heavy metal… CONTINUE READING

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