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CXCL3

A gene on chromosome 4q21 that encodes a chemokine with chemotactic activity for neutrophils. CXCL3 may play a role in inflammation and act on endothelial cells in an autocrine fashion.
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Standard sieves were used to sort both types of aggregate used: bauxite and grog.
Significantly, The grog book is in its second edition.
Grog was named after Admiral George Vernon, known as "Old Grog" from the grogram or heavy silk boat cloak he wore while pacing the decks of his flagship.
Spokespersons/titles: Rich Allen, NASS deputy administrator for programs; Dan Kerestes, chief, NASS livestock branch; Gone Danekas, director of Missouri Ag Statistics; Grog Thessen, NASS field crops section head; Janet Allen, NASS marketing section head.
School choice hasn't really become a huge issue," says Grog Scott, a spokesperson for the Maine State Department of Education, who points out that Maine has initiated several programs to enable students to take advantage of academic offerings at other public schools.
Even in 1948 the worst of the taprooms and grog shops of early Kabukicho, shanty taverns erected in two to three days by itinerant carpenters, were still serving the noxious kasutori to their customers, a liquor which was known to cause blindness if drunk to excess.
Text Course (731384) Highlights: Authored by Grog McKeen, CPA, who for years has been a leading author of tax training and other tax products for the AICPA and PPC.
After exchanging greetings and small talk over hors d'oeuvres, Grog Butler, the 70-year-old director of the International School, took his seat at our table for a true St.
The grog and drug epidemics could break out because personal background and underlying factors made people susceptible to trying addictive substances.
We have become complacent in letting various groups erode some of our rights and freedoms over the years," charged Grog Manley, the board's vice president.
No more spirits, not more grog, the spirits are too much with us They walk through our halls: if you look you can't miss them.
The base refractory and grog being applied are softened, or even partially melted together, and so develop a close bond.