Tailoring of Proteostasis Networks with Heat Shock Factors

A2 Review article, Literature review, Systematic review


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Publication Details

List of Authors: Joutsen J, Sistonen L
Publisher: COLD SPRING HARBOR LAB PRESS, PUBLICATIONS DEPT
Publication year: 2019
Journal: Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology
Journal acronym: CSH PERSPECT BIOL
Volume number: 11
Number of pages: 17
ISSN: 1943-0264
eISSN: 1943-0264


Abstract

Heat shock factors (HSFs) are the main transcriptional regulators of the heat shock response and indispensable for maintaining cellular proteostasis. HSFs mediate their protective functions through diverse genetic programs, which are composed of genes encoding molecular chaperones and other genes crucial for cell survival. The mechanisms that are used to tailor HSF-driven proteostasis networks are not yet completely understood, but they likely comprise from distinct combinations of both genetic and proteomic determinants. In this review, we highlight the versatile HSF-mediated cellular functions that extend from cellular stress responses to various physiological and pathological processes, and we underline the key advancements that have been achieved in the field of HSF research during the last decade.

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