Heat shock protein 60: regulatory role on innate immune cells

@article{Habich2007HeatSP,
  title={Heat shock protein 60: regulatory role on innate immune cells},
  author={Christiane Habich and Volker Burkart},
  journal={Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={64},
  pages={742-751}
}
Abstract.Human heat shock protein 60 (Hsp60) exhibits immunoregulatory properties, primarily by inducing pro-inflammatory responses in innate immune cells. Extensive analyses identified specific receptor structures for the interaction of Hsp60 with these cells. The existence of distinct receptor structures responsible for Hsp60 binding and for Hsp60-induced release of pro-inflammatory mediators has been demonstrated, implying that the interaction of Hsp60 with innate immune cells is a… Expand
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