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Chemokines are a family of small cytokines, or proteins secreted by cells. Proteins are classified as chemokines according to shared structural characteristics such as small size (they are all approximately 8-10 kilodaltons in size), and the presence of four cysteine residues in conserved locations that are key to forming their 3-dimensional shape.
Researchers Reveal Evolutionary Origin of Mysterious Immune System Molecule in Humans

Researchers Reveal Evolutionary Origin of Mysterious Immune System Molecule in Humans

Unveiling the Role of Exosomes in Regulating Hepatic Lipid Metabolism

Unveiling the Role of Exosomes in Regulating Hepatic Lipid Metabolism

Immune Cell Movement Influenced By Water and Ion Influx

Immune Cell Movement Influenced By Water and Ion Influx

Study Identifies Significant Changes in Peptides During Pyroglutamination

Study Identifies Significant Changes in Peptides During Pyroglutamination

Immune Cells Can Create Their Own Chemical Cues to Navigate

Immune Cells Can Create Their Own Chemical Cues to Navigate

T Cells Infiltrate Brain and Worsen Alzheimer's Pathology, Study Finds

T Cells Infiltrate Brain and Worsen Alzheimer's Pathology, Study Finds

Abnormal Immune Activity in Astrocytes Causes Dementia-Related Cognitive Deficits

Abnormal Immune Activity in Astrocytes Causes Dementia-Related Cognitive Deficits

“Bacterial suicide squad” recruits and activates innate and adaptive antitumor immune responses

“Bacterial suicide squad” recruits and activates innate and adaptive antitumor immune responses

Herpesvirus infection boosts host cellular immunity: Study

Herpesvirus infection boosts host cellular immunity: Study

Antibiotics deplete intestinal flora and weaken the immune response

Antibiotics deplete intestinal flora and weaken the immune response

Macrophages show altered inflammatory, metabolic expression months after mild COVID-19

Macrophages show altered inflammatory, metabolic expression months after mild COVID-19

Novel immune deactivation pathway offers a promising therapeutic approach for cancers

Novel immune deactivation pathway offers a promising therapeutic approach for cancers

Moving cell groups push forward as they form organs, become cancerous and spread

Moving cell groups push forward as they form organs, become cancerous and spread

Study identifies new gene that promotes progression to type 1 diabetes

Study identifies new gene that promotes progression to type 1 diabetes

Study uncovers key factors immune cells need to survive in the battle against cancer

Study uncovers key factors immune cells need to survive in the battle against cancer

Study decodes the activation mechanism of immune cells

Study decodes the activation mechanism of immune cells

Study reveals urine protein biomarkers of bladder cancer

Study reveals urine protein biomarkers of bladder cancer

Triple-negative breast cancer's ecosystem reveals potential therapeutic targets

Triple-negative breast cancer's ecosystem reveals potential therapeutic targets

Imaging mass spectrometry identifies tumor markers for head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

Imaging mass spectrometry identifies tumor markers for head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

New LI383 molecule can help treat opioid-related disorders

New LI383 molecule can help treat opioid-related disorders

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