Sodium arsenite induces heat shock protein-72 kilodalton expression in the lungs and protects rats against sepsis
Critical care medicine, Volume 22, Issue 6, 1994, Pages 922-929.
heat shock protein
To examine the hypothesis that induction of heat shock proteins by a nonthermal mechanism would confer protection against experimental sepsis.Prospective, blind, randomized, laboratory study.University research laboratory.Sixty-two adult male Sprague-Dawley rats (weight range 250 to 350 g).Administration of sodium arsenite or saline in an...More
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