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Multistep navigation and the combinatorial control of leukocyte chemotaxis.
Increased expression of eotaxin in bronchoalveolar lavage and airways of asthmatics contributes to the chemotaxis of eosinophils to the site of inflammation.
sup][24],[36] Our chemotaxis assay revealed that in the presence of rolipram CCL3-induced T-cell migration was impaired, indicating that PDE4 inhibitors exert their anti-inflammatory effects by attenuating both the CCL3 production and its receptor responses in target cells.
However, according to mathematical analysis in [10], the chemotaxis employed by the classical BFO usually results in sustained oscillation, especially on flat fitness landscapes, when a bacterium cell is close to the optima.
HIES is a rare multisystem primary immunodeficiency disorder in which there is an abnormal chemotaxis of leucocytes often accompanied by abnormalities of connective tissues, dentition and skeleton.
Mechanisms were not investigated in the current study, but are hypothesised to include reduced generation of pro-inflammatory cytokines as well as decreased NF-[kappa]B signalling, decreased leukocyte chemotaxis and decreased T cell reactivity.
This linear array forms a flowable, biocompatible and bioactive structural matrix that can promote chemotaxis, cellular adhesion, migration and proliferation to stimulate tissue formation.
review sperm-activating substances found in a wide range of organisms and then discuss how ascidians have made possible detailed comparisons of basic molecular mechanisms of activation of sperm motility and chemotaxis that result in the sperm encountering the correct eggs.
The augmentation of level of the CIC and antibodies various classes promotes activation of system of a complement that activates a chemotaxis of neutrophils and a phagocytosis of cells.