CCL15

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CCL15

A gene on chromosome 17q11.2 that encodes a CC-type cytokine, which is characterised by two adjacent cysteines and, as with all cytokines, is involved in immunoregulatory and inflammatory processes. CCL15 is chemotactic for T cells and monocytes, and induces N-acetyl-beta-D-glucosaminidase release in monocytes; it also induces changes in intracellular calcium concentration in monocytes, is thought to act through the CCR1 receptor, and binds to CCR3.
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NTP5 +template, and MIP5 which agree well with most of the results reported in literature (9) and suggest the copolymerization of MAA with EGDMA crosslinker.
In the case of MIP5 and NIP5, these stretching frequencies are absent whereas they are observed prominently in NIP5+template samples.
PATFIT results Sample [[tau].sub.3](ns) I(%) R([Angstrom]) NIP5 2.16 10.38 3.04 NIP5 + template 2.27 8.02 3.08 MIP5 2.22 9.67 3.04 PATFIT results Sample [V.sub.f] [F.sub.v](%) NIP5 117.45 2.19 NIP5 + template 122.99 1.77 MIP5 118.08 2.06 CONTIN results Sample [tau].sub.3](ns) I(%) R([Angstrom]) NIP5 2.18 9.05 3.01 NIP5 + template 2.26 8.12 3.08 MIP5 2.20 9.46 3.03 CONTIN results Sample [V.sub.f] [F.sub.v](%) FWHMA([Angstrom]) NIP5 114.23 1.86 .3181 NIP5 + template 122.39 1.78 .3363 MIP5 116.52 1.98 .3666 CONCLUSION