Heat Shock Proteins

Published on: 01/01/2019
Author/s : Harveen Kaur Randhawa, Rizwana Zargar, Simson Soren, Preeti Lakhani, Sumaiya Bashir Khanday, Sumeet Kour and Neeti Lakhani.

Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are a large family of proteins found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. These are induced when a cell undergoes various types of environmental stresses so also, called as “stress protein”. The DNA sequence that makes up this family of genes is highly conserved across species. It is a group of binding proteins with a molecular weight of about 10 to 150 kD. HS...

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