Heat shock proteins in health and disease: therapeutic targets or therapeutic agents?\ud \ud

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Pockley, A.G.;

For many years, heat shock or stress proteins have been regarded as intracellular molecules that have a range of housekeeping and cytoprotective functions, only being released into the extracellular environment in pathological situations such as necrotic cell death. How... View more
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