James Pease

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The human CC chemokine I-309 is a potent monocyte chemoattractant and inhibits apoptosis in thymic cell lines. Here, we identify a specific human I-309 receptor, and name it CCR8 according to an accepted nomenclature system. The receptor has seven predicted transmembrane domains, is expressed constitutively in monocytes and thymus, and is encoded by a(More)
Protocol steganography allows users who wish to communicate secretly to embed information within other messages and network control protocols used by common applications. This form of unobservable communication can be used as means to enhance privacy and anonymity as well as for many other purposes, ranging from entertainment to protected business(More)
Yaba-like disease virus (YLDV) genes 7L and 145R are located on opposite ends of the genome and are predicted to encode 7-transmembrane proteins (7-TM) that share 53 and 44 % amino acid identity, respectively, to human CC chemokine receptor 8 (hCCR8). In this report, we demonstrate that early after infection with YLDV, cells acquire the ability to bind(More)
  • James L Novak, James Pease, David Sweickhardt, Andrew Seidl
  • 2009
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