Stress Response

Some articles on stress response, response, stress:

HSP60 - Stress Response
... HSP60, as a mitochondrial protein, has been shown to be involved in stress response as well ... The heat shock response is a homeostatic mechanism that that protects cell from damage by upregulating the expression of genes that code for HSP60 ...
Stress (biology) - Clinical Symptoms and Disorders - Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
... See article Posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD is a severe anxiety disorder that can develop after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma ... and more enduring than the more commonly seen acute stress response ... of the brain affected in post-traumatic stress disorder Sensory input, memory formation and stress response mechanisms are affected in patients with PTSD ...
Mef2 - Function - Stress Response
... In adult tissues, Mef2 proteins regulate the stress-response during cardiac hypertrophy and tissue remodeling in cardiac and skeletal muscle ...
Crystal Oscillator - Stability and Aging
... Other dynamic stress inducing factors are shocks, vibrations, and acoustic noise ... cuts are less sensitive to stresses the SC (Stress Compensated) cut is an example ... than bulk acoustic wave (BAW) ones, and the stress-compensated cuts are even less sensitive ...
Ventricular Hypertrophy - Physiology
... or "athlete's heart") is the normal response to healthy exercise or pregnancy, which results in an increase in the heart's muscle mass and pumping ability ... Unhealthy cardiac hypertrophy (pathological hypertrophy) is the response to stress or disease such as hypertension, heart muscle injury (myocardial ... This response enables the heart to maintain a normal stroke volume despite the increase in afterload ...

Famous quotes containing the words response and/or stress:

    There are situations in life to which the only satisfactory response is a physically violent one. If you don’t make that response, you continually relive the unresolved situation over and over in your life.
    Russell Hoban (b. 1925)

    A society which is clamoring for choice, which is filled with many articulate groups, each urging its own brand of salvation, its own variety of economic philosophy, will give each new generation no peace until all have chosen or gone under, unable to bear the conditions of choice. The stress is in our civilization.
    Margaret Mead (1901–1978)