High mobility group box 1 protein (HMGB1) maintains the nucleosome structure and regulates gene transcription, can be released by necrotic cell or activated innate immune cells (Lotze and Tracey 2005).
What does HMGB1 stand for?
HMGB1 stands for High Mobility Group Box 1
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When Ulloa and his colleagues began experimenting in lab dishes with human macrophages, a type of immune system cell, they discovered that the biochemical acetyl-choline put the brakes on the cells' production of the protein called high mobility group box 1 (HMBG1).