By Hor S., Kupers H., Fickenscher H.
The amino acid series of AK155 is homologous to that of IL-10 and AK155 belongs to a becoming relatives of viral and mobile IL-10 homologs. including the genes for IFN and IL-22/IL-TIF, ak155 maps to the human chromosomal zone 12q15. The ak155 gene is likely one of the only a few differentially expressed genes by way of human T cells after development transformation with herpesvirus saimiri (saimiriine herpesvirus sort 2), a tumor virus of neotropical squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). purely herpesvirus saimiritransformed T cells were discovered to overexpress ak155 and to liberate the protein into the tissueculture supernatant. ak155 is transcribed at low degrees in a chain of different T mobilephone traces and in fundamental cells remoted from peripheral blood cells, however it isn't detectable in B cells. equally to IL-10, AK155 kinds homodimers. AK155 is proposed to give a contribution tothe remodeled phenotype of human T cells after an infection via herpesvirus saimiri. furthermore, AK155 is extremely prone to play a pathophysiological function in hematology or immunology.
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AK155 by Hor S., Kupers H., Fickenscher H.