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CXCL1

A gene on chromosome 4q21 that encodes a chemokine which, as a group, are involved in cell trafficking of leukocytes through interactions with 7-transmembrane and G protein-coupled receptors, and play critical roles in the development, homeostasis and function of the immune system. Chemokines are also involved in CNS and endothelial cell activity.
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GRO makes solar simple, providing customers with consultation, installation, and as-needed maintenance.
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Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, those related to Company's expectations regarding the anticipated benefits of the GRO relationship; the amount of shipments to GRO; the anticipated benefits of the Company's String Ribbon technology; the Company's plans for the EverQ facility; the Company's plans regarding the U.
This partnership represents a great opportunity for GRO, our clients and our employees," said Laird.
GRO is based in Stamford, CT with operations in Charlotte, NC and Chennai, India.
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