Lingjie Luo

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Chemokines stimulate signals in cells by binding to G protein (heterotrimeric guanine nucleotide-binding protein)-coupled receptors. These chemoattractant cytokines also interact with heparan sulfate (HS), which provides positional information within tissues in the form of haptotactic gradients along which cells can migrate directionally. To investigate the(More)
Chemokines control the migration of a large array of cells by binding to specific receptors on cell surfaces. The biological function of chemokines also depends on interactions between nonreceptor binding domains and proteoglycans, which mediate chemokine immobilization on cellular or extracellular surfaces and formation of fixed gradients. Chemokine(More)
In treating chronic nephropathy, Luo Lingjie, a chief physician, pays attention to regulating the balance between yin and yang, treating infection if present, and removing pathogenic factors. He prescribes gentle drugs and uses carefully strongly warming-tonifying ones, emphasizes the importance of persuading the patient to persist in treatment with(More)
Chemokines promote directional cell migration through binding to G-protein-coupled receptors, and as such are involved in a large array of developmental, homeostatic and pathological processes. They also interact with heparan sulfate (HS), the functional consequences of which depend on the respective location of the receptor- and the HS-binding sites, a(More)
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