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The HSP40, HSP60 and HSP70 families were amongst the most repressed chaperones, with HSP70s being the most repressed group overall. However, in contrast with the broad spectrum of repressed chaperone families, sHSPs and the TPR co-chaperone proteins were the only families that were significantly induced.

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