By Salcedo T.
Hemofiltrate CC chcmokine (HCC-1/NCC-2/CK/M/ M-CIF) is a beta chemokine loved one that stocks optimum structural similarity with macrophage inflammatory protein (MlP)-1 alfa. Cross-desensitization experiments recommend that HCC-1 and MIP-lo percentage a typical receptor. CCR1 used to be pointed out as a sensible HCC-1 receptor upon research of transfectants expressing a number of cloned chemokine receptors. Functionally. HCC-1 monitors calcium mobilization and chemotactic job towards monocytes, yet with 100-fold decreased efficiency in comparison with MlP-la. HCC-1 fails to turn on T lymphocytes, neutrophils, and eosinophils, yet screens task on myeloid progenitors. not like so much CC chemokines. it's con-stitutively expressed in lots of tissues with no activation and is found in nanomolar concentrations in general human plasma.
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НСС-1 by Salcedo T.