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The Chemokine Receptors

  • Jeffrey K. Harrison
  • Nicholas W. Lukacs

Part of the The Receptors book series (REC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Nicholas W. Lukacs, Jeffrey K. Harrison
    Pages 1-8
  3. Elias Lolis, James W. Murphy
    Pages 9-30
  4. Gerard J. Graham, Robert J. Nibbs
    Pages 31-54
  5. Hiroyuki Yoneyama, Kenjiro Matsuno, Kouji Matsushima
    Pages 87-99
  6. Michael N. Hedrick, Joshua M. Farber
    Pages 101-118
  7. Peter Jon Nelson, Stephan Segerer, Detlef Schlondorff
    Pages 139-154
  8. Marlon P. Quinones, Fabio Jimenez, Carlos A. Estrada, Hernan G. Martiniez, Seema S. Ahuja
    Pages 155-198
  9. Maya R. Jerath, Mildred Kwan, Peng Liu, Dhavalkumar D. Patel
    Pages 199-233
  10. Dennis M. Lindell, Nicholas W. Lukacs
    Pages 235-257
  11. Tzanko S. Stantchev, Christopher C. Broder
    Pages 259-293
  12. Glenda Trujillo, Cory M. Hogaboam
    Pages 295-317
  13. Michael P. Keane, John A. Belperio, Robert M. Strieter
    Pages 319-333
  14. Astrid E. Cardona, Richard M. Ransohoff
    Pages 351-369
  15. Sofia Ribeiro, Richard Horuk
    Pages 371-390
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 391-403

About this book

Introduction

To date, there are over twenty different chemokine receptors, binding nearly fifty unique ligands that have been identified. In Chemokine Receptors, leading investigators attempt to distill the large body of literature ranging from basic molecular and cellular mechanism of chemokine receptors, to physiological and pathological roles of chemokines. Chemokines exhibit a tremendous functional diversity and participate in a wide variety of processes that include inflammation, innate and adaptive immunity, immune cell differentiation, angiogenesis, tumorigenesis, development, neurobiology and viral pathogenesis. Chemokine Receptors targets the pharmaceutical industry, provides an authoritative perspective on the future direction of this field, and insights into areas of active development of novel therapeutics.

Keywords

AIDS Chemokine HIV cellular mechanisms infectious disease migration transplantation

Editors and affiliations

  • Jeffrey K. Harrison
    • 1
  • Nicholas W. Lukacs
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Pharmacology and TherapeuticsUniversity of Florida College of MedicineGainesville
  2. 2.Department of Pathology and Graduate Program in ImmunologyUniversity of Michigan Medical SchoolAnn Arbor

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