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CC chemokines in zebrafish: evidence for extensive intrachromosomal gene duplications.
Peatman E and Liu Z. Genomics 2006. PMID 16697551 Free article.
Chemokines are a family of structurally related chemotactic cytokines that regulate the migration of leukocytes. CC chemokines represent the largest subfamily of chemokines, with 28 genes in mammals. ...Here, we have identified as many as 46 loci in the zebrafish genome that encode putative CC chemokines. The zebrafish CC chemokines are highly clustered on several chromosomes and show evidence of extensive, species-specific intrachromosomal duplications....
Chemokines are a family of structurally related chemotactic cytokines that regulate the migration of leukocytes. CC chemoki
Catfish CC chemokines: genomic clustering, duplications, and expression after bacterial infection with Edwardsiella ictaluri.
Peatman E, et al. Mol Genet Genomics 2006. PMID 16341548
One feature of CC chemokine genes known to be conserved is genomic clustering. CC chemokines are highly clustered within the genomes of human, mouse, and chicken. ...Comparisons of the syntenic relationships of CC chemokines may help to explain the modes of duplication and divergence that resulted in the present repertoire of vertebrate CC chemokines. ...
One feature of CC chemokine genes known to be conserved is genomic clustering. CC chemokines are highly clustered withi …
CCL1 is a major regulatory T cell attracting factor in human breast cancer
Kuehnemuth B, et al. BMC Cancer 2018. PMID 30572845 Free PMC article.
The aim of this study was to identify the role of the two major Treg-attracting chemokines CCL1 and CCL22 in human breast cancer. ...
The aim of this study was to identify the role of the two major Treg-attracting chemokines CCL1 and CCL22 in human breast cancer. ...
The MCP/eotaxin subfamily of CC chemokines.
Van Coillie E, et al. Cytokine Growth Factor Rev 1999 - Review. PMID 10379912
On the basis of the number and arrangement of the conserved cysteines, chemokines are subdivided in two multi-member families, namely the CXC and CC chemokines, whereas fractalkine (CX3C) and lymphotactin (C) are unique relatives. The CC chemokines possess four cysteines of which the first two are adjacent. Functionally, they form a rather heterogeneous family. ...
On the basis of the number and arrangement of the conserved cysteines, chemokines are subdivided in two multi-member families, namely …
Hemofiltrate CC chemokines with unique biochemical properties: HCC-1/CCL14a and HCC-2/CCL15.
Forssmann U, et al. J Leukoc Biol 2001 - Review. PMID 11527984
The hemofiltrate CC chemokines CCL14a (formerly HCC-1), CCL14b (formerly HCC-3), and CCL15 (formerly HCC-2) are encoded by mono- as well as bicistronic transcripts from a tandem gene arrangement on human chromosome 17q11.2. ...Hemofiltrate CC chemokines are chemoattractants for different types of leukocytes including monocytes, eosinophils, T cells, dendritic cells, and neutrophils. ...
The hemofiltrate CC chemokines CCL14a (formerly HCC-1), CCL14b (formerly HCC-3), and CCL15 (formerly HCC-2) are encoded by mon …
The Intricate Expression of CC Chemokines in Glial Tumors: Evidence for Involvement of CCL2 and CCL5 but Not CCL11.
Moogooei M, et al. Acta Med Iran 2015. PMID 26749234 Free article.
Chemokines are biologically active peptides involved in the pathogenesis of various pathologies including brain malignancies. ...The present study aimed to examine the expression of CC chemokines in anaplastic astrocytoma and glioblastoma multiform patients at both mRNA and protein levels. ...
Chemokines are biologically active peptides involved in the pathogenesis of various pathologies including brain malignancies. ...The
Multiple CC chemokines in channel catfish and blue catfish as revealed by analysis of expressed sequence tags.
He C, et al. Immunogenetics 2004. PMID 15309344
Phylogenetic analysis did not reveal clear evidence of orthology of the catfish and human or mouse chemokines. Similarity analysis indicated that nine of the 14 CC chemokines were identified for the first time in fish. The availability of this pool of catfish CC chemokines should facilitate rapid identification and phylogenetic analysis of CC chemokines from other fish and related species....
Phylogenetic analysis did not reveal clear evidence of orthology of the catfish and human or mouse chemokines. Similarity analysis in …
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