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Thermotolerance expression in mitotic CHO cells without increased translation of heat shock proteins.

Borrelli MJ, Stafford DM, Karczewski LA, Rausch CM, Lee YJ, Corry PM.

J Cell Physiol. 1996 Dec;169(3):420-8.

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8952691
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Cytoskeletal thermotolerance in NRK cells.

Ohtsuka K, Liu YC, Kaneda T.

Int J Hyperthermia. 1993 Jan-Feb;9(1):115-24.

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8433021
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Mild step-down heating causes increased levels of HSP68 and of HSP84 mRNA and enhances thermotolerance.

van Wijk R, Ovelgönne JH, de Koning E, Jaarsveld K, van Rijn J, Wiegant FA.

Int J Hyperthermia. 1994 Jan-Feb;10(1):115-25.

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8144983
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Enhanced glycosyltransferase activity during thermotolerance development in mammalian cells.

Henle KJ, Monson TP, Stone A.

J Cell Physiol. 1990 Feb;142(2):372-8.

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2105965
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Stress-induced thermotolerance of the cytoskeleton of mouse neuroblastoma N2A cells and rat Reuber H35 hepatoma cells.

Wiegant FA, van Bergen en Henegouwen PM, van Dongen G, Linnemans WA.

Cancer Res. 1987 Mar 15;47(6):1674-80.

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Impact of mild heat treatments on induction of thermotolerance in the biocontrol yeast Candida sake CPA-1 and viability after spray-drying.

Cañamás TP, Viñas I, Usall J, Magan N, Solsona C, Teixidó N.

J Appl Microbiol. 2008 Mar;104(3):767-75.

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