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Fugetaxis: active movement of leukocytes away from a chemokinetic agent.
Extracellular calcium elicits a chemokinetic response from monocytes in vitro and in vivo.
Neutrophil chemorepulsion in defined interleukin-8 gradients in vitro and in vivo.
Methods for quantitation of leukocyte chemotaxis and fugetaxis.
Transendothelial movement of liposomes in vitro mediated by cancer cells, neutrophils or histamine.
Microfluidic system for measuring neutrophil migratory responses to fast switches of chemical gradients.
Heterologous cells cooperate to augment stem cell migration, homing, and engraftment.
R5-SHIV induces multiple defects in T cell function during early infection of rhesus macaques including accumulation of T reg cells in lymph nodes.
Murine B16 melanomas expressing high levels of the chemokine stromal-derived factor-1/CXCL12 induce tumor-specific T cell chemorepulsion and escape from immune control.
Reverse leukocyte migration can be attractive or repulsive.
Active movement of T cells away from a chemokine.
Dynamic alterations in chemokine gradients induce transendothelial shuttling of human T cells under physiologic shear conditions.
A CXCR4-dependent chemorepellent signal contributes to the emigration of mature single-positive CD4 cells from the fetal thymus.