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CCL28 Chemokine

CCL28 chemokine: An anchoring point bridging innate and adaptive immunity

Do you know what CCL28(C-C Motif Chemokine Ligand 28) is? CCL28 is a kind of Protein Coding genes, which chemotactic activity is to rest CD4, CD8 T-cell and eosinophils, inducing CCR10 activation. Here’s the article that may give you a greater insight into the mechanism of CCL28. CCL28 chemokine: An anchoring point bridging innate and adaptive immunity.

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