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are heat shock proteins part of the nervous, endocrine, or immune system?

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Dr. Seth Aborhey
6 years experience Family Medicine
All: Hello Edward, Heat Schock Proteins could be viewed as being a part of all these systems. These proteins are primarily upregulated in response to stress and affect numerous other proteins which could potentially be part of any system in the body.
Answered on Jul 15, 2014
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