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Hemofiltrate CC chcmokine (HCC-1/NCC-2/CK/M/ M-CIF) is a beta chemokine loved one that stocks optimum structural similarity with macrophage inflammatory protein (MlP)-1 alfa. Cross-desensitization experiments recommend that HCC-1 and MIP-lo proportion a standard receptor. CCR1 used to be pointed out as a practical HCC-1 receptor upon research of transfectants expressing numerous cloned chemokine receptors. Functionally. HCC-1 screens calcium mobilization and chemotactic task towards monocytes, yet with 100-fold decreased efficiency in comparison with MlP-la. HCC-1 fails to turn on T lymphocytes, neutrophils, and eosinophils, yet monitors task on myeloid progenitors. not like such a lot CC chemokines. it really is con-stitutively expressed in lots of tissues with out activation and is found in nanomolar concentrations in basic human plasma.

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Instead of ethnicity or nationality, religion was, for the first time, being seen as a major identity marker around which to organize. That this was a troubled birth, however, should be clear from the fact that to the broader population, this “new identity” was born amid calls for censorship and, from some quarters, the murder of an author. Therein began the difficult relationship between “Muslim” as a political category and the perceived values of civil society that is still being played out today.

S. military, a Muslim officer, divided loyalties, and lurking in the background the “War on Terror” in the form of Hasan’s imminent deployment to Afghanistan. The question was greeted with an equivocal answer; it was too early to say if terrorism was involved. 19 The Fort Hood shootings, in which thirteen people were killed and twenty-eight wounded, provide an interesting measure of the condition of discourse on Muslims and its shadow debate about integration and cultural sensitivities. In the subsequent edition of Time, Nancy Gibbs tried to disentangle fact from rumor and explore the conflicting forces that were in play not just in Hasan himself but in official responses to his increasingly overt Islamist views.

1 From an initial focus on immigration and workplace rights, new solidarities emerged in the 1970s when such diverse groups as the Anti-Nazi League, the Southall Black Sisters, the Asian Youth Movement, and the Bengali Workers Association fought for social justice and against the extreme right. Tariq Modood has described this period and how British antiracism was inspired by post–civil rights movement political activism in the United States, which had moved from the “color-blind humanism” of Martin Luther King in the 1960s to the “color-conscious anti-racism” of Black Pride in the 1970s.

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