Heat Shock Proteins and Whole Body Physiology by Alexzander A. A. AseaHeat Shock Proteins and Whole Body Physiology by Alexzander A. A. Asea

Heat Shock Proteins and Whole Body Physiology

byAlexzander A. A. AseaEditorBente K. Pedersen

Paperback | May 4, 2012

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Heat Shock Proteins and Whole Body Physiology is an exciting new book in the Heat Shock Proteins series which provides the most up-to-date review on novel mechanisms insights into the important role played by heat shock proteins in human physiology. Written by leaders in the field of heat shock protein exercise physiology, neuroscience and aging, the chapters systematically and in a step wise fashion takes the reader through the fascinating mechanisms by which heat shock proteins modulate human disease and pathophysiology and provides answers as to its biological significance to the host. Section I, introduces the readers to the role played by heat shock proteins in various diseases and disorders (Heat Shock Proteins and Disease). Section II, addresses the role heat shock proteins play in psychological disorders including post traumatic stress disorders and learning (Heat Shock Proteins and Psychological Stress). Section III, present a detailed review of the role played by heat shock proteins in exercise physiology (Heat Shock Proteins and Exercise Physiology). This book is a must read for heat shock protein researchers, graduate and postgraduate fellows in the field of Medicine in general and specialities in Excersie Physiology, Neuroscience, Immunology, Aging and Pathology.
Title:Heat Shock Proteins and Whole Body PhysiologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:430 pagesPublished:May 4, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400731310

ISBN - 13:9789400731318

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Table of Contents

Contents; Contributors; Preface; SECTION I: HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS AND DISEASE: 1 HSP and Diabetes, Martin Whitham and Mark A. Febbraio 2 Role of Heat Shock Proteins in Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes, Punit Kaur, Michael D. Reis, Glen R. Couchman, Samuel N. Forjuoh, John F. Greene Jr, and Alexzander Asea; 3 Multifaceted Role of Heat Stress Proteins in the Kidney, Andrea Havasi, Jonathan M. Gall, and Steven C. Borkan 4 Heat Shock Protein and Inflammation, Fabiano Amorim and Pope L. Moseley; 5 HSP Reactive T Cells are Anti-Inflammatory and Disease Suppressive in Arthritic Diseases, Femke Broere, Suzanne E. Berlo, Teun Guichelaar, Lotte Wieten, Ruurd van der Zee and Willem van Eden 6 Heat Shock Proteins in Vascular Disease, Tapan A. Mehta; 7 Heat Shock Proteins and Cancer, Ganachari M. Nagaraja and Alexzander Asea; 8 Heat Shock Protein (HSP)-Based Immunotherapies, Hongying Zheng and Alexzander Asea 9 Heat Shock Proteins and Fertility, Steven S. Witkin and Iara Moreno Linhares; 10 Heat Shock Proteins and Diarrhea Causing Microorganisms: Emergence of EAEC, Punit Kaur and Alexzander Asea; SECTION II: HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS: 11 Heat Shock Proteins and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Lei Zhang, He Li and Robert J. Ursano; 12 In Vivo Tissue Source and Releasing Signal for Endogenous Extracellular Hsp72, Monika Fleshner, PhD, Thomas Maslanik and Lida A. Beninson 13 The 70kDa Heat Shock Protein Family and Learning, Martine Ammassari-Teule, Giuseppina Mariucci and Maria Vittoria Ambrosini SECTION III: HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS AND EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY: 14 HSP, Exercise and Anti-Oxidants, Bente Klarlund Pedersen and Christian Philip Fischer; 15 Exercise Intensity and Duration Affect Blood-Soluble HSP72, Kishiko Ogawa, Elvira Fehrenbach; 16 Ultramarathon Race Competition and Immune Function, David C. Nieman; 17 HSP, Exercise and Skeletal Muscle, Earl G. Noble, C. W. James Melling and Kevin J. Milne; 18 Circulating HSP70 as an Endogenous Cytoprotector?, Alan Graham Pockley and Gabriele Multhoff; 19 72 kDa Extracellular Heat Shock Protein (eHsp 72), Norepinephrine (NE), and the Innate Immune Response Following Moderate Exercise, Eduardo Ortega, Esther Giraldo, M. Dolores Hinchado, Leticia Martín-Cordero and Juan J. García; 20 Molecular Chaperones as Mediators of Stress Protective Effect of Plant Adaptogens, Alexander Panossian, Georg Wikman, Punit Kaur and Alexzander Asea; 21 Biochemical Changes in Response to Intensive Resistance Exercise Training in the Elderly, Ivan Bautmans, Rose Njemini and Tony Mets; 22 Heat Shock Proteins, Exercise and Aging, Kimberly A. Huey, Victoria Vieira, and Jeffrey A. Woods; 23 Hsp60 and Hsp10 in Aging, Francesco Cappello, Antonino Di Stefano, Everly Conway de Macario and Alberto J. L. Macario; Index.