Tissue-Specific HSP70 Levels and Reproductive Physiological Responses in Fishes Inhabiting a Metal-Contaminated Creek

@article{Yoo2003TissueSpecificH,
  title={
Tissue-Specific HSP70 Levels and Reproductive Physiological Responses in Fishes Inhabiting a Metal-Contaminated Creek},
  author={Jeongjoon Yoo and David Janz},
  journal={Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology},
  year={2003},
  volume={45},
  pages={0110-0120}
}
The 70-kDa stress protein family (HSP70) plays important roles in a variety of physiological processes, including protein chaperoning, protection against apoptosis, steroidogenesis, and general cellular stress responses in vertebrate organisms, and has also been proposed as a biochemical marker of environmental stress, such as toxicant exposure. The objectives of this study were to determine HSP70 protein expression in head kidney, liver, gill, and ovarian tissues and to examine reproductive… CONTINUE READING
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