Further reading

Baggiolini M and Dahinden CA (1994) CC chemokines in allergic inflammation. Immunology Today 15: 127-133.

Mclnnes IB, Leung BP, Sturrock RD et al (1997) Interleu-kin-15 mediates T cell-dependent regulation of tumour necrosis factor-ot production in rheumatoid arthritis. Nature Medicine 3: 189-195. Murphy PM (1994) The molecular biology of leukocyte chemoattractant receptors. Annual Review of Immunology 12: 593-633. Premack BA and Schall TJ (1996) Chemokine receptors: gateways to inflammation and infection. Nature Medicine 2: 1174-1178. Wilkinson PC (1982) Chemotaxis and Inflammation, 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.



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