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CCR2 or CD192
CCR2 is a receptor for several monocyte chemoattractant proteins (MCP1, MCP3, MCP4) that specifically govern monocyte chemotaxis. CCR2 transduces its downstream signals through increasing intracellular calcium ion levels. For example, MCP1 regulate... Read full blog post.
CCR2: Affecting Autoimmunity via MCP1 interactions
CCR2, also known as CD192 (cluster of differentiation 192), is a chemokine receptor and is expressed by monocytes, activated T cells, B cells and natural killer cells. This protein is encoded by CCR2 gene in humans. CCR2 gene encodes two protein isofo... Read full blog post.
MCP1: One Chemoattractant that's Hard to Resist
Monocyte Chemoattractant Protein (MCP1) is a potent monocyte attractant, is a member of the CC chemokine subfamily. MCP1 exerts its effects through binding to G-protein-coupled receptors on the surface of leukocytes targeted for activation and migrati... Read full blog post.