hsp60


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hsp6060-kDa Heat Shock Protein
HSP60Heat Shock Protein 60
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Evidence suggests that sensitisation to HSP60 may also interfere with reproductive success after IVF (Witkin 1994b, Witkin 1996).
Women undergoing IVF who had cervical IgA antibodies to chlamydial HSP60 had an increased rate of transient implantation after embryo transfer and a significantly poorer outcome than did antibody negative women (Witkin 1994b).
Authentic HSP70, HSP60 and HSP90 were purchased from StressGen (Victoria, B.
Extract from intestine, muscle and reproductive tract was also analyzed with HSP60 and HSP27 antibodies.
In 1988, scientists reported the surprising discovery that a number of stress proteins -- including HSP60 -- from the bacteria that cause leprosy and tuberculosis can trigger a strong immune response in humans.
Last August, Morrison's team took a crucial step from guinea pigs to humans by isolating HSP60 from C.
HSP60 and 70 have been shown to bind to Toll-like receptor 4/CD14 complex, which is a soluble HSP receptor, resulting in expression of adhesion molecules by endothelial cells, proliferation of smooth muscle cells, and induction of several proinflammatory cytokines by macrophages.
HSPs from the HSP60 and HSP70 families and antibodies against these HSPs have been most widely investigated.
HSP70s may not be the only proteins involved in heat and cold resistance; other proteins such as HSP20, HSP60, and HSP90 may also be involved in heat resistance (Zhang & Denlinger 2010; Wang et al.
DNA fragments of the human 60-kDa heat shock protein (HSP60) vaccinate against adjuvant arthritis: identification of a regulatory HSP60 peptide.
Expression of HSP60 and HSP70 in white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei in response to bacterial challenge.