This page contains references to newly published articles on chaperonopathies and related topics explained to various degrees of detail by the IEMEST members in charge of the Website. The page will also publish news and reports on novelties within the field of chaperonopathies and related areas from a variety of sources identified and selected by IEMEST members in charge of the Website.
The main objective of this section is to keep physicians and others in the health sciences informed of the latest developments within the field of chaperonopathies, using as a point of departure the book “The Chaperonopathies” (http://www.springer.com/biomed/book/978-94-007-4666-4). Therefore, this section will include, for example, newly identified chaperonopathies not described in the book, or new data pertaining to chaperonopathies already mentioned in the book.
To see the updated list of contributions by IEMEST scientists, please, go to the page BACKGROUND, section B. Publications pertaining to the chaperonopathies and the chaperoning (chaperone) system by IEMEST members.
Also visit: Life Safety and Security (LiSS). 4(6):101-123, 2016. DOI: 10.12882/2283-7604.2016.4.6. at:
https://www.iemest.eu/life-safety-and-security/images/Doc/ARTICOLI/2016/macario_24/Macario04.pdf and visit:
http://journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/4348/pathologic-conditions-of-the-human-nervous-and-muscular-systems-associated-with-mutant-chaperones-mo and consult Hidden chaperonopathies: alerting physicians and pathologists on the possibility that uncharacteristic, baffling clinical features in otherwise known diseases may be due to failure of the chaperoning system. Life Safety and Security (LiSS) 8.1 53 8(1):189-193, 2020.
BOOK UPDATE JANUARY 2019:
Macario AJL, Conway de Macario E. Chaperone proteins and chaperonopathies. In: Stress Physiology, Biochemistry, and Pathology. Handbook of Stress, Volume 3, Chapter 12. Pages 135-152. Edited by: George Fink. Elsevier/Academic Press, 2019.