The Role of High-Mobility Group I(Y) Proteins in Expression of IL-2 and T Cell Proliferation
The high-mobility group I(Y) (HMGI(Y)) family of proteins plays an important architectural role in chromatin and have been implicated in the control of inducible gene expression. We have previously shown that expression of HMGI antisense RNA in Jurkat T cells inhibits the activity of the IL-2 promoter. Here we have investigated the role of HMGI(Y) in controlling IL-2 promoter-reporter constructs as well as the endogenous IL-2 gene in both Jurkat T cells and human PBL. We found that the IL-2...[Show more]
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