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Heat-shock response element

Heat-shock response element

(Science: cell biology, protein) The nucleotide Sequence, CNNGAANNTCCNG, which is in the promoter region of the heat-shock genes. When the animal is exposed to certain types of stress such as a sudden rise in temperature, the first thing that happens to activate these genes is the binding of the HSE by a transcriptional enhancer protein.


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