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10 Strengths of a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)

Drama queens, crybabies, whiners, wet blankets – Highly Sensitive People (HSP) have been labelled all of these things and more, when the truth is, there’s a lot of things most people fail to understand about the concept. HSP was originated by Dr. Elaine N. Aron (1996), and it refers to an inherent, biological predisposition some people have to process and perceive information on a much deeper level. If you’re an HSP, then you think and feel things with greater intensity, in a way that many others can’t understand. Sometimes, HSP are mistaken as empaths. Do you know someone who might be an HSP? Do you agree with these signs?

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Script Writer: Chloe Avanasa
Script Editor: Rida Batool \u0026 Kelly Soong
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References and sources:
Aron, E. N. (1996). Counseling the highly sensitive person. Counseling and Human Development, 28, 1-7.
Piechowski, M. M. (1997). Emotional giftedness: The measure of intrapersonal intelligence. Handbook of gifted education, 2, 366-381.
Aron, E. (2013). The highly sensitive person. Kensington Publishing Corp..
Sand, I. (2016). Highly Sensitive People in an Insensitive World: How to Create a Happy Life. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Zeff, T. (2004). The Highly Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide: Essential Skills for Living Well in an Overstimulating World. New Harbinger Publications.
Aron, A., Aron, E., Jagiellowicz, J., Xu, X., Cao, G., Feng, T., \u0026 Weng, X. (2010) The trait of sensory processing sensitivity and neural responses to changes in visual scenes. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 6, 38-47.

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Mechanism of Chaperone Assisted Folding | Gro EL-ES System

The HSP 60 is a mitochondrial chaperonin that is typically held responsible for the transportation and refolding of proteins from the cytoplasm into the mitochondrial matrix. In addition to its role as a heat shock protein, HSP60 functions as a chaperonin to assist in folding linear amino acid chains into their respective three-dimensional structure. Through the extensive study of groEL, HSP60’s bacterial homolog, HSP60 has been deemed essential in the synthesis and transportation of essential mitochondrial proteins from the cell's cytoplasm into the mitochondrial matrix. Further studies have linked HSP60 to diabetes, stress response, and certain types of immunological disorders.

The first one is HSP 70,,, also called the DNA K and other being the hsp60 also called DNA Gro EL……
These both Chaperones have diverse of functions in Protein Control system.
Where the Protein Folding and and prevention of degradation is the main function..……..
The difference lies in there time of activity the HSP 70 shows activity during the early life of protein or sometimes it works co translationally by showing Co translation Folding.

IMMUNOLOGY JOURNAL : http://www.jimmunol.org/content/jimmunol/162/6/3212.full.pdf

How to use a multimeter or voltmeter: Basics you need to know.

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