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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 07/2002, Volume 418, Issue 6894, pp. 191 - 195
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European Journal of Immunology, ISSN 0014-2980, 06/2004, Volume 34, Issue 6, pp. 1503 - 1512
The intranuclear architectural protein that is termed high mobility group box chromosomal protein 1 (HMGB1) was recently identified as a potent proinflammatory... 
Inflammation | HMGB1 | Nuclear protein | Necrosis | DNA-BINDING DOMAIN | MIGRATION INHIBITORY FACTOR | MOBILITY GROUP-1 PROTEIN | GROUP BOX CHROMOSOMAL-PROTEIN-1 | ENDOGENOUS ADJUVANTS | IMMUNOLOGY | nuclear protein | TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR | CHROMATIN PROTEIN | inflammation | necrosis | GENE-EXPRESSION | ERYTHROLEUKEMIA CELL-DIFFERENTIATION | GLYCATION END-PRODUCTS
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Journal of Clinical Investigation, ISSN 0021-9738, 02/2015, Volume 125, Issue 2, pp. 539 - 550
In contrast to microbially triggered inflammation, mechanisms promoting sterile inflammation remain poorly understood. Damage-associated molecular patterns... 
MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | DANGER SIGNALS | STERILE INFLAMMATION | CHROMATIN PROTEIN HMGB1 | IN-VIVO | SEPTIC SHOCK | MOBILITY GROUP BOX-1 | RECEPTOR | DEFICIENT MICE | CELL-DEATH | TRANSGENIC MICE | Acetaminophen - adverse effects | Inflammation - chemically induced | Leukocyte Elastase - metabolism | Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha - metabolism | Inflammation - pathology | Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha - genetics | Analgesics, Non-Narcotic - pharmacology | Hepatocytes - pathology | Hepatocytes - metabolism | Neutrophil Infiltration | fas Receptor - metabolism | Necrosis - pathology | HMGB1 Protein - genetics | Shock, Septic - metabolism | Inflammation - metabolism | Acetaminophen - pharmacology | Analgesics, Non-Narcotic - adverse effects | HMGB1 Protein - metabolism | fas Receptor - genetics | Chemical and Drug Induced Liver Injury - pathology | Neutrophils - metabolism | Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products | Neutrophils - pathology | Shock, Septic - genetics | Shock, Septic - pathology | Lipopolysaccharides - toxicity | Macrophages - pathology | Shock, Septic - chemically induced | Leukocyte Elastase - genetics | Necrosis - metabolism | Chemical and Drug Induced Liver Injury - genetics | Mice, Knockout | Necrosis - chemically induced | Macrophages - metabolism | Animals | Chemical and Drug Induced Liver Injury - metabolism | Inflammation - genetics | Mice | Necrosis - genetics | Receptors, Immunologic - genetics | Receptors, Immunologic - metabolism | Physiological aspects | Causes of | Inflammation | Genetic aspects | Cell death | Necrosis | Chromosomal proteins | Mass spectrometry | Analysis | Proteins | Studies | Rodents | Mortality | Gangrene | Homeostasis | Mitochondrial DNA | Laboratory animals | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Apoptosis
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Experimental Cell Research, ISSN 0014-4827, 2006, Volume 312, Issue 18, pp. 3526 - 3538
Oxidative stress can induce a covalent disulfide bond between protein and peptide thiols that is reversible through enzymatic catalysis. This process provides... 
GFP | High mobility group | Oxidative stress | Cysteine | Glutaredoxin | Thiol–disulfide reactions | Chromatin remodeling | Thiol-disulfide reactions | RAT-LIVER | DISULFIDE BOND FORMATION | thiol-disulfide reactions | cysteine | chromatin remodeling | glutaredoxin | high mobility group | S-THIOLATION | CELL BIOLOGY | MOBILITY-GROUP PROTEINS | ONCOLOGY | DNA | GENE-EXPRESSION | TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR | oxidative stress | GLUTATHIONYLATED CELLULAR-PROTEINS | CHROMOSOMAL-PROTEINS | Disulfides - metabolism | Oxidative Stress | Active Transport, Cell Nucleus - physiology | Humans | Molecular Sequence Data | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - metabolism | HMGB1 Protein - genetics | HMGB1 Protein - chemistry | HMGB1 Protein - metabolism | Cysteine - metabolism | Protein Disulfide Reductase (Glutathione) - metabolism | Protein Structure, Tertiary | Amino Acid Sequence | Cell Line | Cricetinae | Mutagenesis, Site-Directed | Oxidation-Reduction | Oxidoreductases - metabolism | Glutaredoxins | Models, Molecular | Rats | Nuclear Proteins - metabolism | Nuclear Proteins - chemistry | Sequence Alignment | Animals | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - genetics | Enzymes | Chromatin | Chromosomal proteins | Thiols | Peptides | Analysis | Cystine | Protein binding | Proteins | Catalysis | Cellular biology | Molecular biology | OXIDATION | CHROMATIN | SUBSTRATES | CYSTEINE | 60 APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES | BIOLOGICAL STRESS | CHO CELLS | CONFORMATIONAL CHANGES | DISULFIDES | MUTANTS | SERINE | GLUTATHIONE | MUTATIONS
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Human Reproduction, ISSN 0268-1161, 4/2014, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 763 - 780
STUDY QUESTION Does a differential abundance of high mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) protein in uterine fluid (UF) have a functional significance? SUMMARY ANSWER... 
Implantation | HMGB1 | Uterine fluid | Endometrium | Proteomics | MENSTRUAL-CYCLE | CELLS | proteomics | EMBRYO IMPLANTATION | endometrium | HUMAN-ENDOMETRIUM | OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY | implantation | CHROMATIN PROTEIN | BONNET MONKEYS | REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY | IMMUNE-SYSTEM | EARLY-PREGNANCY |