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- 2Van Kessel, Andrew G.
- 2Willing, Benjamin P.
- 1Band, Mark R.
- 1Beever, Jonathan E.
- 1Berri, Mustapha
- 1Chowdhury, Shankar R.
Commensal bacteria and expression of two major intestinal chemokines, TECK/CCL25 and MEC/CCL28, and their receptorsDownload
Background CCL25/TECK and CCL28/MEC are CC chemokines primarily expressed in thymic dendritic cells and mucosal epithelial cells. Their receptors, CCR9 and CCR10, are mainly expressed on T and B lymphocytes. In human, mouse, pig and sheep CCL25 and CCL28 play an important role in the segregation...
Beever, Jonathan E., Band, Mark R., Marini, Juan C., Schook, Lawrence B., Chowdhury, Shankar R., Rund, Laurie A., Willing, Benjamin P., Gaskins, H. Rex, King, Dale E., Loor, Juan J., Lane, Adrienne B., Van Kessel, Andrew G.
Background To gain insight into host-microbe interactions in a piglet model, a functional genomics approach was used to address the working hypothesis that transcriptionally regulated genes associated with promoting epithelial barrier function are activated as a defensive response to the...