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Thermotolerance induced at a mild temperature of 40 degrees C protects cells against heat shock-induced apoptosis



Thermotolerance induced at a mild temperature of 40 degrees C protects cells against heat shock-induced apoptosis



Journal of Cellular Physiology 205(1): 47-57



Apoptosis constitutes a response of organisms to various physiological or pathological stimuli, and to different stresses. The ability of thermotolerance induced at a mild temperature of 40 degrees C to protect against activation of the apoptotic cascade by heat shock was investigated. When Chinese hamster ovary and human adenocarcinoma cervical cells were pretreated at 40 degrees C for 3 h, they were resistant to subsequent lethal heat shock at 43 degrees C.

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PMID: 15887240

DOI: 10.1002/jcp.20386


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