Low micromolar levels of hydrogen peroxide and proteasome inhibitors induce the 60-kDa A170 stress protein in murine peritoneal macrophages.

@article{Ishii1997LowML,
  title={Low micromolar levels of hydrogen peroxide and proteasome inhibitors induce the 60-kDa A170 stress protein in murine peritoneal macrophages.},
  author={Tetsuro Ishii and Toru Yanagawa and Kanako Yuki and Tetsuya Kawane and Hidemi Yoshida and Shiro Bannai},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={1997},
  volume={232 1},
  pages={33-7}
}
We previously reported cDNA cloning of a novel oxidative stress protein termed A170 from murine macrophages. Further experiments have demonstrated that exposure of the cells to low levels of H2O2 produced by glucose/glucose oxidase markedly induced the 60-kDa A170 protein. This result suggests that the level of A170 protein can also be controlled at posttranscriptional levels, because we showed previously that H2O2 hardly increased the level of A170 mRNA. We have found that proteasome… CONTINUE READING
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