Multiple CC chemokines in channel catfish and blue catfish as revealed by analysis of expressed sequence tags

@article{He2004MultipleCC,
  title={Multiple CC chemokines in channel catfish and blue catfish as revealed by analysis of expressed sequence tags},
  author={Chong-bo He and Eric Peatman and Puttharat Baoprasertkul and Huseyin Kucuktas and Zhanjiang Liu},
  journal={Immunogenetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={56},
  pages={379-387}
}
Chemokines represent a superfamily of chemotactic cytokines involved in recruitment, activation and adhesion of a variety of leukocyte types to inflammatory foci, as well as in the organization and maintenance of lymphoid organ architecture and in normal developmental processes. Nearly all chemokines have been identified in human and mouse, but only a handful of fish chemokines have been identified. Here we describe 14 distinct chemokines from channel catfish and blue catfish identified by… CONTINUE READING

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