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HSP22 and its Role in Human Neurological Disease

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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.

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

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2011

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  • Current Neurovascular Research (CNR) provides a cross platform for the publication of scientifically rigorous research that addresses disease mechanisms of both neuronal and vascular origins in neuroscience. The journal serves as an international forum for the publication of novel and pioneering original work as well as timely neuroscience research reviews in the disciplines of cell developmental disorders, plasticity, and degeneration that bridge the gap between basic science research and clinical discovery. CNR emphasizes the elucidation of disease mechanisms, both cellular and molecular, which can impact the development of unique therapeutic strategies for neuronal and vascular disorders.
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