IJCRR - 6(23), December, 2014
HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN (HSP60) IN PERIODONTAL DISEASE: A REVIEW
Author: Indumathy P., K. V. Arun, Sai Prashanth P.
Heat shock proteins are stress proteins that are produced by cells in response to environmental stress. They have various roles in the physiological as well as pathological processes of the body. These proteins have often been implicated in the pathogenesis of various diseases. This review discusses the role of heat shock proteins (Hsp 60) in the pathogenesis as well as treatment of periodontal disease.
Keywords: Heat shock protein, Periodontal disease, Immune response
Indumathy P., K. V. Arun, Sai Prashanth P.. HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN (HSP60) IN PERIODONTAL DISEASE: A REVIEW International Journal of Current Research and Review. 6(23), December, 23-26
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