CXCL14

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CXCL14

A gene on chromosome 5q31 that encodes a CXC-type chemokine that is a potent chemoattractant for neutrophils, and weaker one for dendritic cells. It is not chemotactic for T cells, B cells, monocytes, natural killer cells or granulocytes.
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post "As part of these works, the decision was taken to introduce unisex toilets for all KS1 pupils as a practical solution to ensure equal access to facilities for both boys and girls.
The letter states: "We are aware that there have been some rumours circulating about the 'maladministration' of the KS1 SATs, with the result that the school has produced enhanced KS1 SATs results.
This paper focuses on the longer-term impact of early education on attainment at the end of KS1, (3) when children are aged seven, for children in England in the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS), born between September 2000 and August 2001.
Across England 6,500 of the KS1 youngsters are now studying in classes of 31 or more - up from 4,280 in 2007.
The former took first place in Key Stage 2 boys' floor exercise and the KS1 girls' floor and boys' vault.
Then, at parents' evening, teacher could just hold up a red flag for 'your son has failed his KS1 literacy target' and a white one to signal 'FS numeracy satisfactory'.
KS1 is ages five to seven, KS2, seven to 11, KS3, 11-14 and KS4, 14-16.
This relationship will bring Anachem's new range of high quality, specialist filtration and membrane products from Munktell & GE into the educational laboratory market, right from KS1 through to A level and the tertiary educational institutes.
Of the subjects inspected, Early Years was Grade 2, English Grade 3, Maths Grade 2 in Key Stage 1, Art Grade 1 in KS2 and Grade 2 in KS1. Information Communication Technology rose to Grade 2.
The heart of Mrs Strong's argument at Area Committee seemed to be that because we have particularly good KS1 results compared to our statistical neighbours, we should outperform them at all other key stages.
She has shown a real commitment by being our KS1 ICT coordinator, then our special educational needs coordinator on top of her role as a year two teacher.
Las are required, on behalf of the secretary of state for education, to validate a sample of ks1 in english reading, english writing and mathematics.