CXCR3

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CXCR3

A gene on chromosome 2q21 that encodes a seven-transmembrane G protein-coupled receptor belonging to the CXC chemokine receptor family, which selectively binds CXCL9, CXCL10 and CXCL11; it induces cellular responses involved in leukocyte traffic, most notably integrin activation, cytoskeletal changes and chemotactic migration.
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He downplays Wagner's influence on classical Hollywood aesthetics and focuses instead on verismo opera and Richard Strauss's music, both of which had a stronger, more direct influence on the migr composers Who dominated Hollywood's music departments in the 1930s.
A Venezuelan migr to the United States, Guillen apologized, but was suspended for five days without pay by Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig.
consular protection abroad--and sometimes much more, In the early 1900s, a Greek migr to America, Ion Pedricardis, was kidnapped in Morocco by Sherif Ahmad er Rasuli, the "last of the Barbary Pirates.
A Shin G Line, who seems to be finding improvement at the age of seven, was bred by Winchester Farm in Kentucky, which is owned by Japanese migr Naoya Yoshida.
When they employ an enigmatic French migr to help them, it leads to Asa returning back to a dangerous France in the throes of political unrest.
JUDGING by the amount of emails and letters we receive from Canada about Teesside in times past it is obvious the land of the maple leaf was a popular destination for migr Teessiders.
The other extreme is a totally regulated and controlled society, perhaps, as a well known migr German philosopher once put it "from each according to his ability; to each according to their need".
The war caused a lot of movement across Europe and Wales became home to many migr artists such as Joseph Herman in Ystradgynlais and Heinz Coppel who settled in Dowlais.
Exhibition at Birkenhead's Williamson Art Gallery by Polish migr Albert Lipczinski, a radical painter in 1911.
The latter company was founded by Herman George Ascher, a Czech migr who set up business in Manchester in the 1920s.
But, in 1962, everything changes when Margot is introduced to the young Russian migr Rudolf Nureyev, and they begin a professional partnership that would captivate the world for years to come.
Although we cannot measure the permanence of Northward moves directly, Eldridge and Thomas (1964, 151-52) report evidence that return migr ation to the South was less frequent after 1910 than before 1910.