Figure 3 Chemokines and their receptors. Chemokines are represented by two subfamilies based on the arrangement of their first two cysteines, which are adjacent (C-C) in p chemokines and separated by a single amino acid (C-X-C) in a chemokines. Polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMNs) express type A and B receptors for a chemokines, and mononuclear leukocytes (MNLs) express different combinations of the five (3 chemokine receptors which have been identified to date.
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