Tissue and developmental variations in the heat shock response of sea lampreys ( Petromyzon marinus ) : effects of an increase in acclimation temperature

@inproceedings{Wood1999TissueAD,
  title={Tissue and developmental variations in the heat shock response of sea lampreys ( Petromyzon marinus ) : effects of an increase in acclimation temperature},
  author={Lori A. Wood and Ian R Brown and John H. Teeter Ronald E. Thresher Daniel M. Ware George Youson},
  year={1999}
}
Induction of the heat shock response (HSR) was investigated in liver, kidney and intestine tissues of Petromyzon marinus larvae (ammocoetes) acclimated to control temperatures of either 9 or 13°C. Labelling with [S]methionine detected the enhanced synthesis of heat shock proteins (HSPs) with molecular weights of 70 kDa (HSP70) and 90 kDa (HSP90) after an abrupt elevation of water temperature. In ammocoetes maintained at 9°C, a clear induction of HSP synthesis was detected in all tissues… CONTINUE READING
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