Research objectives and content The proposed project involves studies to increase the immunogenicity of tumor cells by transfection with a foreign heat shock protein gene.
What does HS stand for?
HS stands for Heat Shock (cells)
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- Health and Safety
- Health Services Technician
- Heart Sense (game; University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA)
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- Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament)
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- Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1951 to present)
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- Helter Skelter (Beatles song)
- Hemorrhagic Septicemia (pasteurellosis)
- Henschel (aircraft; Henschel Flugwerke AG; Germany)
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A reciprocal effect was observed because STE5 knockouts (a gene in the mating pathway) showed a higher survival percentage in the heat shock assay.
Uptake of free DNA by Escherichia coli cells which have become competent by treatment of chemicals providing Ca ions followed by a heat shock pulse was first reported by Mandel and Higa (10).
Among the product candidates reviewed were targets belonging to the Heat Shock Protein family, currently a key area of focus for Compugen with respect to this platform.
responsible for a variety of diseases in fish respond to tissue invasion with the production of heat shock proteins.
But cells have a damage-limiting mechanism called the heat shock response to combat these and other stresses.
ABSTRACT : The objective of this study was to investigate the expression and localization of heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) and its mRNA in the heart, liver, and kidney of acutely heat-stressed broilers at various stressing times.
In this study, the effects of elevated temperature or heat shock on the induction of metamorphosis in the tropical marine gastropod, Strombus gigas, are examined.