Published in Proteomics Weekly, July 4th, 2005
"The heat shock proteins (HSPs) are protein chaperones. Higher titers of antibody to HSPs (anti-HSPs) have been reported in atherosclerosis, which may contribute to immunoactivation in this process," scientists in England report.
M. Ghayour-Mobarhan and colleagues of the University of Surrey wrote, "We investigated whether dietary antioxidants and fat intake are associated with changes in anti-HSP titers in dyslipidemic subjects. Patients (n=238) were recruited from hospital lipid clinics. Control subjects...
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