HSP22 and its Role in Human Neurological Disease

Author(s): Xiaomei Guan, Chao Tu, Mengjun Li, Zhiping Hu.

Journal Name: Current Neurovascular Research

Volume 8 , Issue 4 , 2011

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Abstract:

HSP22 (heat shock protein 22), belonging to the superfamily of small heat shock proteins, which has a molecular mass of 21.6KD and is able to exist in the form of monomer, has multiple functions including molecular chaperones, apoptosis and anti-apoptosis, lifespan extension, antioxidation and so on. In recent years, studies show that HSP22 plays a crucial role in many neurological diseases, such as hereditary nerve endings disease, Alzheimer disease and Charco-Marie-Tooth. This review explores the progress in HSP22 and its involvement in human neurological disease.

Keywords: HSP22, chaperone activity, protein-kinase, apoptosis, interaction, neurological disease, alpha-crystallin domain, autoimmune diseases, Hela cells, Trimerization, polyglutamine disease, chromatography, ultracentrifugation, immunocomplexes, ATP-dependent chaperones, Drosophila

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VOLUME: 8
ISSUE: 4
Year: 2011
Page: [323 - 333]
Pages: 11
DOI: 10.2174/156720211798121034
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