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carbon tetrachloride (CCl4)

Etymology: L, carbo + Gk, tetra, four, chloros, greenish
a colorless, volatile toxic liquid used as a solvent. CCl4 is particularly toxic to the kidneys and liver; permanent damage to these organs may result from exposure.


A chemokine encoded by CCL4 (formerly LAG1, SCYA4), located on chromosome 17q21-q23, which precipitates local inflammatory response characterised by infiltration of neutrophils. It is expressed after cell activation by mitogens (phytohemagglutinin, bacterial endotoxins or Staphylococcus aureus) and IL2, and inhibited by glucocorticoids, TGF-beta and cyclosporin A.

Normal expression
T-cells, B-cells, monocytes.

Abnormal expression
Various tumour cell lines.


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Director, G26 HIV/AIDS Service, Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa
I've owned and frequently carried a G26 for years, and thought it well suited for concealed carry--not a pocket pistol for any but the biggest pockets--but not bad inside the waistband.
Then, a young cop who is issued a larger Glock 9mm at work comes to you wanting to buy the smaller G26 in the same caliber.
Women hove flocked to gun stores buying the super compact G26 and 27 models and the Glock 19s in recent years.
In September 2012,1 managed to take second place in Master Stock at the Salt Lake City GSSF shoot, running a G26 against full-size Glocks.
Glock's G21 has the G30, and the G17 has the G19 and G26.
We had a gunsmith fit an Optima to his Glock 26, then pitted it against another G26 fitted with factory night sights.
12 b AtG, - proof of respiratory protection (proof of the required examination for the use at least under respiratory protection according to G26.
In September 2012 I used the G26 at the Salt Lake City, Ut.
This little pistol, called the XD Sub-Compact, is in the same size class as the Glock G26 and G27 guns.