CXC


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AcronymDefinition
CXCChandra X-Ray Center
CXCCaribbean Examinations Council
CXCCysteine X Cysteine (immunology)
CXCCourage Crew
CXCCampus-X-Connect (StarNet Communications Corp.)
CXCCentral Cross Country (ski association)
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sup][1],[2] Although increased evidence have implicated that asthma is a Th2-type inflammatory disorder,[sup][1],[2] other mediators including proinflammatory cytokines interleukin-1 (IL-1), IL-6, IL-17, and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-a) and various chemokines such as CXC and CC chemokines CXCL8, CXCL10, CCL2, CCL4, CCL11, and others may also participate in the pathogenesis of asthma, through acting directly or indirectly on the target cells.
Serum chemokine CXC ligand 10 (CXCL10) predicts fibrosis progression after liver transplantation for hepatitis C infection.
The occupant's VW Passat, registration number DE06 CXC, was stolen.
CXC chemokine receptor 4 expression and function in human anaplastic thyroid cancer cells.
Police say that Salandy had recently completed his CXC exams and was about to start UWI AO Level classes.
San Diego, CA) has patented transmembrane receptors, particularly to a human G protein-coupled receptor, more particularly to a CXC chemokine receptor subtype 3 (CXCR3), and most particularly to mutated (non-endogenous) version of the human CXCR3 for evidence of constitutive activity and uses thereof.
Sponsors include Alouette, Vasiliko Cement, Mitsingas Toyshop, Tip-Top and CXC.
We are currently using a transgenic mouse model with misexpressed VEGF to address the critical regulatory role of the CXC signaling axis in this process.
Las quimioquinas CXC son una familia de proteinas con actividad quimioatrayente, que contienen en su estructura cuatro cisteinas conservadas en su secuencia de aminoacidos (8).
Across the Caribbean region scholars have accepted the claim that Jamaican females are more skilled than Jamaican males, typically citing years in school, Katherine Scott (1992) enrollment at the tertiary level, and CXC (3) general I and II passes, Christopher Crowe (2002), Eudine Barriteau (2001), Elsa Leo-Rhynie (1989), Hyacinth Evans (1998); Mark Figueroa (1996) and Verene Shepherd (2002).
To make cluster programming simpler, El developed its primary product, CXC (pronounced "C by C"), which serves as both an operating system and a development environment for cluster computers.