The expressions of two re- ceptors at 1 hour in the hyperthermia group were significantly increased to 0.53%±0.085% and 0.45%±0.049% compared with the normal group and kept increased at 2 hour(P＜0.01).
NIH-3T3 cells were subjected to hyperthermia at 44 ℃ for 40 min to simulate oxidative stress, and flow cytometry was performed to analyze the effect of low-level HSP90 on DNA damage under stress condition.
Moreover, the conductive composites prepared under SC-CO2 conditions showed higher thermal stability, especially in the high-temperature region.
Emerging challenges to structural integrity technology for high-temperature applications
Besides the needs arising from large-scale high-temperature plants, the high tech developments, such as micro chemo-mechanical systems and high-power electronics, provide new challenges to structural integrity technology.
The present paper summarizes the recent technical progresses in large process plants and the aviation industry, micro chemo-mechanical systems, fuel cells, high-temperature electronics, and packaging and coating technologies.
During the high-temperature wear period, severely influenced by friction heat, obvious softening and plastic flow can be found on the friction surface of the brake block, its anti-shearing ability is weakened, and adhesive wear is intensified.
The role of the heat shock system in the adaptation to hyperthermia is discussed.
Quercetin completely inhibited the synthesis and intracellular accumulation of 70-kD heat shock protein (HSP70) in response to hyperthermia or to treatment with sodium arsenite, whereas dihydroquercetin in the same or higher doses had no such effect.
Synthesis of Stress Proteins in Hyperthermia in the Presence of Cytotoxic Agents
Effect of nitric oxide and hyperthermia on the content of heat shock proteins in tumor cell culture
Estimation of the Death Rate of 3T3 NIH Cell at Different Phases of the Cell Cycle in Chronic Hyperthermia within the Physiologi