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The interleukin-8 receptor B and CXC chemokines can mediate transendothelial migration of human skin homing T cells.
G-protein receptor responses in trauma neutrophils.
Integrated stimulation by CXC chemokines enhances PMN [Ca2+]i signaling in trauma and adult respiratory distress syndrome.
Injury-enhanced calcium mobilization in circulating rat neutrophils models human PMN responses.
Chemokine stimulation of human neutrophil [Ca2+]i signaling in biologic environments.
CXCR2 stimulation primes CXCR1 [Ca2+]i responses to IL-8 in human neutrophils.
A subset of five human mitochondrial formyl peptides mimics bacterial peptides and functionally deactivates human neutrophils.