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1945 3
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1947 9
1948 2
1949 44
1950 28
1951 47
1952 83
1953 129
1954 157
1955 146
1956 150
1957 119
1958 145
1959 184
1960 148
1961 168
1962 178
1963 400
1964 598
1965 546
1966 650
1967 722
1968 629
1969 522
1970 541
1971 583
1972 608
1973 633
1974 599
1975 556
1976 570
1977 509
1978 529
1979 508
1980 595
1981 638
1982 654
1983 651
1984 731
1985 808
1986 795
1987 787
1988 748
1989 759
1990 844
1991 863
1992 763
1993 890
1994 1162
1995 1654
1996 1865
1997 2077
1998 2464
1999 2787
2000 3293
2001 3791
2002 4239
2003 4765
2004 5547
2005 6294
2006 6762
2007 7504
2008 8676
2009 10572
2010 11938
2011 13126
2012 14578
2013 14907
2014 15471
2015 15787
2016 15822
2017 16103
2018 16262
2019 9439
2020 243
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How do glucocorticoids influence stress responses? Integrating permissive, suppressive, stimulatory, and preparative actions.
Sapolsky RM, et al. Endocr Rev 2000 - Review. PMID 10696570
One view, stretching back to the time of Hans Selye, posits that GCs help mediate the ongoing or pending stress response, either via basal levels of GCs permitting other facets of the stress response to emerge efficaciously, and/or by stress levels of GCs actively stimulating the stress response. ...We then attempt to assimilate these heterogeneous GC actions into a physiological whole....
One view, stretching back to the time of Hans Selye, posits that GCs help mediate the ongoing or pending stress response, either via …
SOS, the formidable strategy of bacteria against aggressions
Baharoglu Z and Mazel D. FEMS Microbiol Rev 2014 - Review. PMID 24923554 Free article.
The aim of this review was to point out that beyond being a repair process, SOS induction leads to a very strong but transient response to genotoxic stress, during which bacteria can rearrange and mutate their genome, induce several phenotypic changes through differential regulation of genes, and sometimes acquire characteristics that potentiate bacterial survival and adaptation to changing environments. ...Finally, we discuss recent findings linking the SOS response to other stress responses. Under these perspectives, SOS can be perceived as a powerful bacterial strategy against aggressions....
The aim of this review was to point out that beyond being a repair process, SOS induction leads to a very strong but transient response to g …
Stress and health Huangshan-style.
Qian L, et al. Cell Stress Chaperones 2016 - Review. PMID 26847234 Free PMC article.
The Seventh International Congress of the Cell Stress Society International (CSSI) was held as a joint meeting with the newly organized committee of Stress Physiology, the Chinese Association for Physiological Sciences (CAPS). ...The topics of the congress were core scientific areas in the field of stress and health. The keynote speakers were Fu-Chu He (China), E.R. ...
The Seventh International Congress of the Cell Stress Society International (CSSI) was held as a joint meeting with the newly organiz …
Physiological stress and welfare of broiler chickens in transit: solutions not problems!
Mitchell MA and Kettlewell PJ. Poult Sci 1998 - Review. PMID 9872583
Relationships between specific physiological indices of stress and quantified thermal loads have been determined in accurate transport simulations in the laboratory. ...These principles have been utilized in developing a monitoring system to warn of impending heat stress and in improving vehicle design to facilitate the prevention of heat stress during broiler transportation....
Relationships between specific physiological indices of stress and quantified thermal loads have been determined in accurate t …
Conservation and diversity of radiation and oxidative stress resistance mechanisms in Deinococcus species.
Lim S, et al. FEMS Microbiol Rev 2019 - Review. PMID 30339218 Free PMC article.
Deinococcus bacteria are famous for their extreme resistance to ionising radiation and other DNA damage- and oxidative stress-generating agents. More than a hundred genes have been reported to contribute to resistance to radiation, desiccation and/or oxidative stress in Deinococcus radiodurans. ...
Deinococcus bacteria are famous for their extreme resistance to ionising radiation and other DNA damage- and oxidative stress-generat …
lncRNAs in Stress Response.
Valadkhan S and Valencia-Hipólito A. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 2016 - Review. PMID 26658944
In addition to stress-induced RNAs, several constitutively expressed lncRNAs also exert a strong regulatory impact on the stress response. Although our understanding of the contribution of lncRNAs to the cellular stress response is still highly rudimentary, the existing data point to the presence of a complex network of lncRNAs, miRNAs, and proteins in regulation of the cellular response to stress....
In addition to stress-induced RNAs, several constitutively expressed lncRNAs also exert a strong regulatory impact on the stress
ATF3 and stress responses.
Hai T, et al. Gene Expr 1999 - Review. PMID 10440233 Free PMC article.
We then focus on ATF3 and its potential roles in stress responses. We review the evidence that the mRNA level of ATF3 greatly increases when the cells are exposed to stress signals. ...Even less is understood about the physiological significance of inducing ATF3. We will discuss our preliminary results and some reports by other investigators in this regard....
We then focus on ATF3 and its potential roles in stress responses. We review the evidence that the mRNA level of ATF3 greatly increas …
Molecular and evolutionary basis of the cellular stress response.
Kültz D. Annu Rev Physiol 2005 - Review. PMID 15709958
The cellular stress response is a universal mechanism of extraordinary physiological/pathophysiological significance. It represents a defense reaction of cells to damage that environmental forces inflict on macromolecules. ...Functional analysis of the minimal stress proteome yields information about key aspects of the cellular stress response, including physiological mechanisms of sensing membrane lipid, protein, and DNA damage; redox sensing and regulation; cell cycle control; macromolecular stabilization/repair; and control of energy metabolism. ...
The cellular stress response is a universal mechanism of extraordinary physiological/pathophysiological significance. It repre …
Animal Models and Their Contribution to Our Understanding of the Relationship Between Environments, Epigenetic Modifications, and Behavior
Phillips NLH and Roth TL. Genes (Basel) 2019 - Review. PMID 30650619 Free PMC article.
In the field of behavioral epigenetics such approaches have contributed novel findings of how the environment physically interacts with our genes, leading to changes in behavior and health. This review highlights some of this research, focused on prenatal immune challenges, environmental toxicants, diet, and early-life stress. ...
In the field of behavioral epigenetics such approaches have contributed novel findings of how the environment physically interacts wi …
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