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  • noun Plural form of chemokine.

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  • Through a series of laboratory tests on blood taken from HIV-infected patients as well as healthy volunteers, Moody discovered that when these antibodies bind to white blood cells (monocytes), it causes them to secrete substances called chemokines that block HIV from docking with its favorite entry point into a blood cell, the CCR5 receptor.

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  • Specifically, she wants to determine if the molecules, called chemokines, promote the growth of new, or collateral, blood vessels in the hearts of patients with severe coronary artery disease

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • First, they exposed the CD8 T-cells from HIV-infected persons to TAT2 to see if the chemical not only slowed the shortening of the telomeres but improved the cells 'production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines, which had previously been shown to inhibit HIV replication.

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  • First, they exposed the CD8 T-cells from HIV-infected persons to TAT2 to see if the chemical not only slowed the shortening of the telomeres but improved the cells 'production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines, which had been previously shown to inhibit HIV replication.

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  • First, they exposed the CD8 T-cells from HIV-infected persons to TAT2 to see if the chemical not only slowed the shortening of the telomeres but also improved the cells '' production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines, which had been previously shown to inhibit HIV replication.

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  • First, they exposed the CD8 T-cells from HIV-infected persons to TAT2 to see if the chemical not only slowed the shortening of the telomeres but improved the cells 'production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines, which had previously been shown to inhibit HIV replication.

    AGORAVOX - The Citizen Media

  • First, they exposed the CD8 T-cells from HIV-infected persons to TAT2 to see if the chemical not only slowed the shortening of the telomeres but improved the cells 'production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines, which had previously been shown to inhibit HIV replication.

    UCLA Newsroom: UCLA Newsroom

  • First, they exposed the CD8 T-cells from HIV-infected persons to TAT2 to see if the chemical not only slowed the shortening of the telomeres but also improved the cells 'production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines, which had been previously shown to inhibit HIV replication.

    The Times of India

  • Not only did the researchers find that the astragalus-derived TAT2 slowed the shortening of telomeres, but it also boosted the CD8 T-lymphocytes production of soluble factors called chemokines and cytokines.

    NaturalNews.com

  • (monocytes), it causes them to secrete substances called chemokines that block HIV from docking with its favorite entry point into a blood cell, the CCR5 receptor.

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