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HSP70 is a stress-inducible member of heat-shock protein 70 (HSP70) proteins which are highly conserved chaperons implicated in protein folding, refolding, transport, and targeting. Expression of HSP70 protein can be highly activated by various stressful stimuli. Significant up-regulation of HSP70 has been found in various tumors. Increased serum HSP70 levels are also associated with progression of multiple diseases, including atherosclerosis, heart failure, and diabetes.