CXCL1

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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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In the adipose CM, we found that interleukin-8 (IL8), interleukin-6 (IL6), GRO1 oncogene (CXCL1), and fractalkine (CX3CL1) were present in high levels among several others (total 25 factors) detected above control SFM.
Pre--energy values determined pre (1 to 8 days of age); Start--energy values determined at starter stage (11 to 18 days of age); GroI--energy values determined on phase gro1 (21 to 28 days of age); GroII--energy values determined on phase gro2 (31 to 38 days of age); Final--energy valuex determined on phase fin (41 to 48 days of age); and Tab--tabulated energy values from ROSTAGNO et al.
The chemokine CXCL1 or GRO1 that is upregulated in brain endothelium in the presence of IL-6 has been identified as a key regulator of granulocyte recruitment into the CNS.
Development of PCR assays diagnostic for RFLP marker alleles closely linked to alleles Gro1 and H1, conferring resistance to the root cystnematode Globodera rostochiensis in potato.
The best combinations for Cyp1b1 were Ahr, melanoma growth-simulating activity-alpha (Gro1) oncogene, and Cd44 antigen with CoD of 0.944; Actc1, Bdnf, and epiregulin with CoD of 0.939; and Ahr, Cd44 antigen, and proliferin 3 with CoD of 0.944 (Figure 4B).