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Leukocyte-Independent Effects of CC-Chemokines on Vascular Remodeling.
Paccosi S and Parenti A. Curr Pharm Biotechnol 2018 - Review. PMID 30332947
Among them, CC-chemokines are of great interest. They act through conventional CC-chemokine receptors (CCRs), widely expressed by leucocytes which are attracted to sites of chronic inflammation. ...Pleiotropic effects of CC-chemokines on vascular wall cells and leukocytes increase their importance in vascular remodeling and suggest new drugs to counteract vascular dysfunction....
Among them, CC-chemokines are of great interest. They act through conventional CC-chemokine receptors (CCRs), widely ex …
Chemokines and immunity.
Palomino DC and Marti LC. Einstein (Sao Paulo) 2015 - Review. PMID 26466066 Free PMC article.
There are two major chemokine sub-families based upon cysteine residues position: CXC and CC. As a general rule, members of the CXC chemokines are chemotactic for neutrophils, and CC chemokines are chemotactic for monocytes and sub-set of lymphocytes, although there are some exceptions. This review discusses the potential role of chemokines in inflammation focusing on the two best-characterized chemokines: monocyte chemoattractant protein-1, a CC chemokine, and interleukin-8, a member of the CXC chemokine sub-family....
There are two major chemokine sub-families based upon cysteine residues position: CXC and CC. As a general rule, members of the CXC …
Inflammation and endometriosis
Jiang L, et al. Front Biosci (Landmark Ed) 2016 - Review. PMID 27100482
The chemokinome superfamily: II. The 64 CC chemokines in channel catfish and their involvement in disease and hypoxia responses.
Fu Q, et al. Dev Comp Immunol 2017. PMID 28322933
Extensive phylogenetic and comparative genomic analyses supported their annotations, allowing establishment of their orthologies, revealing fish-specific CC chemokines and the expansion of CC chemokines in the teleost genomes through lineage-specific tandem duplications. With 64 genes, the channel catfish genome harbors the largest numbers of CC chemokines among all the genomes characterized to date, however, they fall into 11 distinct CC chemokine groups. ...
Extensive phylogenetic and comparative genomic analyses supported their annotations, allowing establishment of their orthologies, revealing …
CCR7 and its ligands: balancing immunity and tolerance
Förster R, et al. Nat Rev Immunol 2008 - Review. PMID 18379575
Recent evidence suggests that by guiding cells to and within lymphoid organs, CC-chemokine receptor 7 (CCR7) essentially contributes to both immunity and tolerance. ...
Recent evidence suggests that by guiding cells to and within lymphoid organs, CC-chemokine receptor 7 (CCR7) essentially contributes …
The CC chemokines CCL8, CCL13 and CCL20 are local inflammatory biomarkers of HLA-B27-associated uveitis.
Abu El-Asrar AM, et al. Acta Ophthalmol 2019. PMID 30242977 Free article.
PURPOSE: To determine the concentrations of the CC chemokines CCL2, CCL7, CCL8, CCL11, CCL13, CCL20, CCL24 and CCL26 in aqueous humour (AH) samples from patients with specific uveitic entities. ...
PURPOSE: To determine the concentrations of the CC chemokines CCL2, CCL7, CCL8, CCL11, CCL13, CCL20, CCL24 and CCL26 in aqueou …
Dynamics of Colon Monocyte and Macrophage Activation During Colitis
Jones GR, et al. Front Immunol 2018. PMID 30542349 Free PMC article.
Finally, our data reveal that, independent of inflammation, murine colon macrophages act as a major source of Ccl7 and Ccl8 chemokines that trigger further recruitment of their pro-inflammatory monocyte precursors. ...
Finally, our data reveal that, independent of inflammation, murine colon macrophages act as a major source of Ccl7 and Ccl8 chemokines
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