The expression patterns of heat shock genes and proteins and their role during vertebrate's development.

@article{Rupik2011TheEP,
  title={The expression patterns of heat shock genes and proteins and their role during vertebrate's development.},
  author={Weronika Rupik and Krzysztof Jasik and Jadwiga Bembenek and Wiesława Widłak},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={159 4},
  pages={
          349-66
        }
}
Highly evolutionary conserved heat shock proteins (HSPs) act as molecular chaperones in regulation of cellular homeostasis and promoting survival. Generally they are induced by a variety of stressors whose effect could be disastrous on the organism, but they are also widely constitutively expressed in the absence of stress. Varied HSP expressions seem to be very essential in the critical steps of embryonic and extra-embryonic structures formation and may correspond to cell movements… CONTINUE READING
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