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One of the most fascinating problems in biology is to understand the principles that underlie cellular quality control, the integration of processes by which the cell senses, responds, and adapts to environmental and physiological challenges.

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MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT

The 22nd Annual Midwest Stress Response and Molecular Chaperone Meeting will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at Northwestern University in Evanston. The meeting will feature talks by students, postdocs, and new investigators. There will also be a tribute to Susan Lindquist. Please join us.

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research
research: transcriptional regulation of heat shock response
Roles of Molecular Chaperones in Protein Folding, Trafficking, and Stress Sensors in Cell Growth and Death
All Chaperome Project
research: misfolded and aggregation prone proteins in neu
research: c elegans as a model system for analysis of stress response and diseases of protein misfolding
research: small molecule screen for the stress response
Systems Approach to Stress Biology