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Role of the Heat Shock Response and Molecular Chaperones in Oncogenesis and Cell Death

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Streptococcus pneumoniae heat shock protein 70 does not induce human antibody responses during infection

Management of the endoplasmic reticulum stress by activation of the heat shock response in yeast

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State and parameter estimation of the heat shock response system using Kalman and particle filters

 

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The transcriptional activity that is induced at a small number of chromosomal loci following exposure of cells to a brief period of elevated temperature. At the same time, other loci that were active prior to the heat shock are switched off. This phenomenon appears to be universal, since it has been observed in Drosophila, Tetrahymena, sea urchin embryos, soybeans, chick fibroblasts, etc. See ubiquitin.

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