Human type II pneumocyte chemotactic responses to CXCR3 activation are mediated by splice variant A.

@article{Ji2008HumanTI,
  title={Human type II pneumocyte chemotactic responses to CXCR3 activation are mediated by splice variant A.},
  author={Rong Ji and Clement M. Lee and Linda W. Gonzales and Yi Yang and Mark O. Aksoy and Ping Wang and Eugen Brailoiu and Nae J. Dun and Matthew T Hurford and Steven G Kelsen},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={294 6},
  pages={L1187-96}
}
Chemokine receptors control several fundamental cellular processes in both hematopoietic and structural cells, including directed cell movement, i.e., chemotaxis, cell differentiation, and proliferation. We have previously demonstrated that CXCR3, the chemokine receptor expressed by Th1/Tc1 inflammatory cells present in the lung, is also expressed by human airway epithelial cells. In airway epithelial cells, activation of CXCR3 induces airway epithelial cell movement and proliferation… CONTINUE READING

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