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Upregulation of heat shock protein 32 with hemin alleviates acute heat-induced hepatic injury in mice

Heat shock protein 32 (HSP32) is a stress response protein that can be induced by heat stress in the liver, and its induction can act as an important cellular defence mechanism against heat-induced liver injury. To investigate the functional role of HSP32 in protecting liver tissue against heat... Full description

1st Person: Li, Cheng-min
Additional Persons: Li, Lian verfasserin; Wu, Jie verfasserin; Bai, Jing-yan verfasserin; Sun, Yu verfasserin; Huang, Shuai verfasserin; Wang, Gen-lin verfasserin
Source: in Cell stress & chaperones Vol. 19, No. 5 (2014), p. 675-683
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2014
Keywords: research-article
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