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Heat Shock from Bacteria to Man, Schlesinger, . E. New York: Cold Spring Harbor Lab, 1982. et. a. Comparison of the Heat Shock Response in Ethnically and Ecologically Different Human Populations, Proc.
Heat Shock from Bacteria to Man, Schlesinger, . Competitive Inhibition of hsp70 Expression Causes Thermosensitivity, Science, 1988, vol. 242, pp. 1551–1554. PubMedGoogle Scholar. The J-Domain Family and the Recruitment of Chaperone Power, Trends Biochem. Sci. USA, 1994, vol. 91, n. 6, pp. 12 492–12 49. oogle Scholar.
In: Heat Shock from Bacteria to Man. Properties of three major chicken heat shock proteins and their antibodies. In: Heat Shock from Bacteria to Man. Schlesinger, M. Ashburner, and A. Tissières, ed. Cold Spring Harbor, New York. 1974, Experimental analysis of the mechanisms of somite morphogensis. Ashburner and A. Tissières, eds. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York. Developmentally regulated transcription at the 67B heat-shock cluster.
by Milton J. Schlesinger, Michael Ashburner, Alfred Tissieres. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780879691585.
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In Heat Shock from Bacteria to Man, . Tissieres, eds. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, pp. 321–327. 2. Bienz, M. (1985) Transient and developmental activation of heat-shock genes. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hauptman (1984) Tissue specificity of the heat shock response in maize. 1986) The heat shock response of soybean: Synthesis, accumulation, and distribution of the low molecular weight heat shock proteins. dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
Much of the initial molecular biology and biochemistry of heat shock consisted of cloning the genes, determining primary . Heat Shock Proteins: from Bacteria to Man, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. M. J. Schlesinger, A. TissiBres, M. Ashburner.
Much of the initial molecular biology and biochemistry of heat shock consisted of cloning the genes, determining primary sequences of the proteins, and probing the regulatory factors responsible for their induction.
preferential translation of heat shock mRNAs (McKenzie et a. 1975 . 1975; Spradling et a. 1975; Mirault et a. 1977). Studies in the mammalian. In Heat Shock from Bacteria to Man, M. and A. Tissieres, ed. pp. 361-368, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. Brown, I. D. G. Lowe, and L. Moran (1983) Effect of hyperthermia on the expression of a heat shock gene in the intact mammalian organs. Kelly, . . and M. Schlesinger (1982) Antibodies to two major chicken heat shock proteins crossreact with similar proteins in widely divergent species.
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Studies of heat-shock in Chlamydomonas are few. Kloppstech et al. (1985) and Kloppstech & Ohad (1986) have shown that, in cells shocked at 42°C for 1 2h, there is a decrease in pre-shock polyA-mRNA and the appearance of new polypeptides, including a 22kd protein which is localized in the chloroplast membrane fraction in vivo. Any relationship between these changes and the mating responses to heat-shock reported in this paper is unknown and must await further investigation. in Heat shock, from bacteria to man.
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