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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The NJAC Act and the Constitutional Amendment Act came into force from April 13, 2015.
The meeting was attended by members of NJAC including Justice Mehmood Maqbool Bajwa, Judge Federal Shariat Court, Justice Ayesha A Malik, Judge Lahore High Court, Justice Mohammad Ali Mazhar, Judge High Court of Sindh, Justice Rooh-ul-Amin Khan, Judge Peshawar High Court, Justice Naeem Akhtar Afghan, Judge High Court of Balochistan and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani, Judge Islamabad High Court.
The "basic structure" of the Constitution would be clearly violated if the process of selection of judges to the higher judiciary was to be conducted, in the manner contemplated through the NJAC (National Judicial Appointments Commission).
no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private stockholder or other individual or corporation" (see NJAC 18:26-1.1).
Both NJAC and NUFF called for a new educational paradigm that eventually resulted in the replacement of the General Certificate of Education (GCE) by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).
The nine leaders of NJAC, who were arrested in February, were released on 4 March 1970.
It could safely be affirmed that neither NJAC nor ESC has been instrumental in the organisation of Blacks for participation in entrepreneurial activities and remain better noted for their involvement in cultural activities.
Movements also developed in Surinam and Cayenne (French Guiana) saw the rise of significant grassroots movement led by the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC).
Amended rule NJAC 18:7-8.11 clarified that, if a trademark licensee is authorized to sell a trademarked product both in and outside the state, the licensor is considered to be using the product in New Jersey for apportionment purposes based on the same ratio as the licensee's instate revenue relative to revenue from all sources.
The New Jersey Association on Correction (NJAC) had been offering employees the chance to purchase domestic partner health benefits for several years.
The challenge to the Creole nationalist narrative came to the fore with the challenge to the Williams-led PNM administration in the late 1960s and early 1970s and with the movement for social change labelled the Black Power movement, spearheaded by the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC).