Published in Cancer Weekly, June 2nd, 2009
"Acute heat stress (4S-51 degrees C, 30 min) caused cell death of colon cancer cells during recovery at physiological temperature. Thermal killing of Caco-2 cells was not mediated via oxidative stress since Caco-2 cells were much more resistant than HeLa and other cancer cells to H2O2-induced cell death. Acute heat stress caused a striking loss of eukaryotic initiation factor...
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