Heat Shock Proteins and the Cardiovascular System

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Heat shock proteins (HSP) were originally described in heat-shocked drosophila by Ritossa in the early 1960's. In the last 5 years it has become apparent that these heat shock proteins have important functions both in the normal cell and in the stressed cell. These proteins constitute an endogenous protective system; mutations in the heat shock proteins can be lethal, and there are no known organisms without heat shock proteins. The first observations on heat shock proteins and the heart were made in the 1980's and interest ...

Heat Shock Proteins and the Cardiovascular System 1997, Springer, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780792399100

1997 edition

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