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Chemokine Nomenclature

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Contents C Family CX3C Family CC Family CXC Family References Systematic Name Human Gene Alternate Human Names Human Receptor(s) Mouse Gene Alternate Mouse Names Mouse Receptor(s) C Family XCL1 XCL1 Lymphotactin, SCM-1 alpha, ATAC XCR1 Xcl1 Lymphotactin XCR1 XCL2 XCL2 SCM-1...

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Chemokines and Receptors in Tfh Cell Differentiation and Function

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Chemokines are a large superfamily of mostly small, secreted chemotactic cytokines that function in leukocyte migration, recruitment and activation. Trafficking of T cells through secondary lymph tissue during Tfh cell differentiation is controlled by the differential expression of chemokine receptors. Naïve T cells express CCR7. Binding of this receptor to CCL21 and CCL19 localizes naïve T...

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Citations: Chemokine-related Cancer Research

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Weiss, J. et al. (2009) Successful immunotherapy with IL-2/anti-CD40 induces the chemokine-mediated mitigation of an immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106:19455. Mouse CCL17/TARC Quantikine® ELISA Kit (Catalog # MCC170) Mouse CCL22/MDC Quantikine ELISA Kit (Catalog # MCC220) Sample: Mouse tumor homogenate Application: ELISA   Horst, D. et al. (2009)...

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Chemokine Signaling Pathways

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Featured Literature Chemokine Superfamily Poster View Poster   Overview of Chemokine Signaling Pathways Chemokines are a large family of small (typically 8-14 kDa), chemoattractant proteins that play a central role in controlling leukocyte migration during development, homeostasis, and inflammation. Following secretion, soluble chemokines or those localized to...

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