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Arabidopsis cold shock domain proteins: relationships to floral and silique development

CSDBase: an interactive database for cold shock domain-containing proteins and the bacterial cold shock response

Cloning and characterization of a gene encoding a cold‐shock protein in Lactobacillus casei

Cold Shock Domain Proteins Affect Seed Germination and Growth of Arabidopsis thaliana Under Abiotic Stress Conditions

Cold Shock Domain Proteins Repress Transcription from the GM-CSF Promoter

Kinetics of heat shock protein 70 synthesis in the human heart after cold cardioplegic arrest

RNA binding specificity of Unr, a protein with five cold shock domains

Cold shock domain proteins and glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins from Arabidopsis thaliana can promote the cold adaptation process in Escherichia coli

The main cold shock protein of Listeria monocytogenes belongs to the family of ferritin-like proteins

Bombyx Y-Box Protein BYB Facilitates Specific DNA Interaction of Various DNA Binding Proteins Independently of the Cold Shock Domain

Structure and function of a cold shock domain fold protein, CspD, in Janthinobacterium sp. Ant5-2 from East Antarctica

Cold shock protein A plays an important role in the stress adaptation and virulence of Brucella melitensis

RNA-binding strategies common to cold-shock domain- and RNA recognition motif-containing proteins

Endoplasmic reticulum-localized small heat shock protein that accumulates in mulberry tree (Morus bombycis Koidz.) during seasonal cold acclimation is responsive to abscisic acid

Rapid Cold Hardening and Expression of Heat Shock Protein Genes in the B-Biotype Bemisia tabaci

Effects of mutations in the Arabidopsis Cold Shock Domain Protein 3 (AtCSP3) gene on leaf cell expansion

A novel mechanism of repression of the vascular endothelial growth factor promoter, by single strand DNA binding cold shock domain (Y‐box) proteins in normoxic fibroblasts

Transcription of cspA, the gene for the major cold-shock protein of Escherichia coli, is negatively regulated at 37°C by the 5′-untranslated region of its mRNA

 

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Any of various proteins, synthesized by microorganisms in response to a sudden drop in temperature. These are typically DNA‐binding transcription activators, many of which have a characteristic cold‐shock domain. Compare heat‐shock proteins.

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