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Title: HSPA1A relative gene expression in bovine leukocytes by in vitro heat shock
Authors: Hooper, H.B.
Henrique, F.L.
Longo, A.L.S.
Rodriguez, L.F.P.
Gonella-Diaza, A.M.
Geraldo, A.C.A.P.
Pereira, A.M.F.
Titto, C.G.
Editors: Maia, A.C.
Keywords: HSP
Issue Date: 28-Nov-2014
Publisher: SBBiomet
Citation: Hooper, H.B., Henrique, F.L., Longo, A.L.S., Rodriguez, L.F.P., Gonella-Diaza, A.M., GERALDO, A.C.A.P.M., Pereira, A.M.F., Titto, C.G., Titto, E.A.L.(2015) HSPA1A relative gene expression in bovine leukocytes by in vitro heat shock. In: Proceedings of the I International Workshop of Biometeorology “Interaction of Animals, Humans and Environment”, 2015, Jaboticabal – SP, Brazil.
Abstract: The thermotolerance is the cell adaptation caused by a single exposure to heat,severe but not lethal. which enables the organismo to survive a subsequente lethal stress by the synthesis or accumulation of HSP.The results did not show a increase of HSP in Nelore cow leukocytes. The nelore leukocytes mantain abundance of transcripts in 38 and 40ºC but had a sunbstancial decrease at 42ºC , probably because at this temperature occurred a protein instability which unfeasible the transcription.
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