CCL20

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CCL20

A gene on chromosome 2q33-q37 that encodes a chemotactic factor that attracts lymphocytes and neutrophils, but not monocytes. CCL20 inhibits proliferation of myeloid stem cells in colony formation assays, and may be involved in proliferation and activity of mucosal lymphoid tissues (e.g., BALT, MALT, SALT) by attracting lymphocytes and dendritic cells towards epithelial cells.
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Other STs represented were ST38 or the clonal complex containing ST58, ST127, ST155, ST328, ST349, ST362, ST450, ST602, ST998, ST1423, ST1634, ST2064, ST3877, and ST6448.
ST38 isolates were generally more closely related than were ST10 isolates but were insufficient to support direct transmission.
In the G3, studies geared to the identification of poverty focused: Brazil: Brazil--whole country (ST49 and ST50); Sao Paulo (SP) (ST41; ST53; ST71; ST73; ST75; ST76; ST77); Porto Alegre (RS) (ST30; ST37; ST79); Salvador (BA) (ST31; ST38; ST40), Paranagua (PR) (ST32; ST42); State of Pernambuco (ST34; ST69); State of Sao Paulo (ST80); Natal (RN) (ST68); Pelotas (RS) (ST36); Niteroi (RJ) (ST39); Recife (PE) (ST47); Uberaba (MG) (ST54); Jaboatao dos Guararapes (PE) (ST50); Osasco (SP) (ST65); Belem (PA) (ST61); North and Northeast of Brazil (ST35); State of Para (ST72); Camboriu (SC) (ST82); Araras (SP) (ST78); Sao Jose do Rio Preto (SP) (ST64); Embu (SP) (ST46).
Thirty-nine papers were found in direct listening, of which three for Group 1 (ST4; ST7; ST8); six for Group 2 (ST86; ST14; ST15; ST21; ST23; ST26) and thirty for Group 3 (ST30 to ST32; ST34 to ST36; ST38; ST 40; ST44; ST47; ST53; ST55 to ST58; ST60; ST61; ST63; ST65 to ST69; ST72; ST 75; ST77 to ST79; ST82; ST83).
Antibiotic-resistant ST38, ST131 and ST405 strains are the leading uropathogenic Escherichia coli clones in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The isolates belonged to 15 STs (ST10, ST23, ST38, ST46, ST101, ST156, ST6453, and 8 new STs); only 2 (ST10 and ST101) were detected on both farms.
Evidence of evolving extraintestinal enteroaggregative Escherichia coli ST38 clone.
To the Editor: Several clones of extended-spectrum (3-lactamase (ESBL)-producing extraintestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli (ExPEC) have globally expanded their distribution, including multilocus sequence types (MLSTs) ST38, ST131, ST405, and ST648 (1).
Isolates were of described sequence types (STs) (ST131 [12 isolates], ST38 [10], ST405 [3], and ST10 [1]), and of previously undescribed STs (designated ST2253 [1 isolate] and ST2967 [6 isolates]) (Table).
The most prevalent STs were: ST38 (12%; n = 17), ST10 (7%; n = 10), and ST131 (4%; n = 9).
Emergence of OXA-48-producing Escherichia coli clone ST38 in France.
However, multilocus sequence typing identified 2 clonal complexes: ST38 (3 strains) and ST10 (1 strain).