CXC


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CXCChandra X-Ray Center
CXCCentral Cross Country (ski association)
CXCCaribbean Examinations Council
CXCCopper by Copper (pipe fitting)
CXCCubi X Cross (spikeboarding)
CXCCysteine X Cysteine (immunology)
CXCCourage Crew
CXCCampus-X-Connect (StarNet Communications Corp.)
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For example, we found that UFPs up-regulated genes in the CXC family of chemokines that have been implicated in the pathogenesis of vascular disease.
Of the three most used education criteria for skill measurement, two of them, the tertiary level enrollment and CXC passes may reflect a female bias.
CXC "itself is a very simple language to program parallel computers," said Oberdorfer, who likened it to C and Java.
CXC's Rose system also integrates a digital PBX with a local-area network to provide a fully distributed switching and communications processing system with dynamic allocation of bandwidth and a packet data channel to each terminal.
Tumor necrosis factor-[alpha], interleukin-6, and CXC motif ligand-10 were highly up-regulated in spleen and lymph nodes on infection with HB 171/11, compared with Toro-2003 4 dpi.
Portland, OR, August 07, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Beeline, the global leader in cloud software solutions for managing the non-employee workforce, announced a strategic partnership with global contingent workforce compliance solution specialists CXC Global.
The over induction of CXC chemokines could be due to the absence of a negative feedback mechanism driven by CXCR2 expressed on myeloid cells, involved in the regulation of these chemokines' expression as it has been shown in a model of I/R or in CXCR2 KO mice [35, 36].
Chemokines have a chemoattractant role and are divided into four families based on the location of cysteine residues in the ligands: CXC, CC, C, and CX3C [9].
The stromal cell-derived factor 1 (SDF-1), also called as CXCL12, is one of CXC chemokines that transduces signaling through binding to CXCR4 [12,13].