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IL36RN  -  interleukin 36 receptor antagonist

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: FIL1, FIL1 delta, FIL1(DELTA), FIL1D, IL-1 delta, ...
 
 
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Biological context of IL1F5

  • The predicted IL-1L1 protein lacks both signal sequence and glycosylation signals [13].
  • In this report, we describe the complete nucleotide sequence of the human IL1HY1 gene [14].
  • Low levels of genetic diversity and divergence at nuclear loci have previously been observed for cycloidea and fil1-like genes within and between several Antirrhinum species, and divergence at these loci is also low between species in genera at different levels of relatedness in the former family Scrophulariaceae (Digitalis and Verbascum) [15].
  • A constitutive mutation, fil1, that causes filamentous growth in the haplophase of the dimorphic smut fungus Ustilago hordei, was previously shown to be genetically associated with a 50-kb deletion within a 940-kb chromosome [16].
  • FIL1, when introduced on a self-replicating vector, was found to suppress filamentous growth of starved haploid wild-type strains and restore normal mating response to the fil1 mutant, but did not suppress sexual dimorphism of either strain [16].
 

Anatomical context of IL1F5

  • A 2.7-kb IL-1L1 mRNA was cloned from human placenta and is detectable in the trophoblastic cell line JEG-3, in macrophages and in endotoxin-stimulated monocytes [13].
  • IL1HY1 message is tightly regulated being most predominantly expressed in the skin, but also detected in the spleen, brain leukocyte, and macrophage cell types [17].
  • Significant levels of human ferritin were detected in one of the lines, and two other cell lines secreted interleukin 1-like substance into the culture medium [18].
  • In vitro activation of human chondrocytes and synoviocytes by a human interleukin-1-like factor [19].
  • These findings suggest that a major portion of the neutrophil chemoattractant activity in aqueous extracts of psoriatic scale is due to interleukin 1-like material, which may play a role in the pathogenesis of this disease [20].
 

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