HSP10 is a 10-kDa stress-inducible mitochondrial protein which is a member of the heat shock proteins. HSP10 is synthesized at elevated rates in cultured rat hepatoma cells challenged with heat shock or amino acid analogues. HSP10 has been implicated in multiple disease states in humans. In myocardial samples from patients with chronic atrial fibrillation, cardiomyocytes respond to chronic atrial fibrillation with increased expression of HSP10 and HSP60 (1). HSP10 is also overexpressed early in prostate carcinogenesis. HSP10 is also overexpressed in large bowel carcinomas and it may have diagnostic and prognostic significance in the management of this tumour (2).
CPN10; GROES; HSPE1
1. Schafler, A E. et al: Overexpression of heat shock protein 60/10 in myocardium of patients with chronic atrial fibrillation. Ann Thorac Surg. 2002 Sep;74(3):767-70.
2. Cappello, F. et al: The expression of HSP60 and HSP10 in large bowel carcinomas with lymph node metastase. BMC Cancer. 2005 Oct 28;5:139.
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