New insights in chemokine signaling

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F1000Research. 2018, 7, 95. eISSN 2046-1402. Available under: doi: 10.12688/f1000research.13130.1
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Chemokine signaling is essential for coordinated cell migration in health and disease to specifically govern cell positioning in space and time. Typically, chemokines signal through heptahelical, G protein-coupled receptors to orchestrate cell migration. Notably, chemokine receptors are highly dynamic structures and signaling efficiency largely depends on the discrete contact with the ligand. Promiscuity of both chemokines and chemokine receptors, combined with biased signaling and allosteric modulation of receptor activation, guarantees a tightly controlled recruitment and positioning of individual cells within the local environment at a given time. Here, we discuss recent insights in understanding chemokine gradient formation by atypical chemokine receptors and how typical chemokine receptors can transmit distinct signals to translate guidance cues into coordinated cell locomotion in space and time.

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ISO 690LEGLER, Daniel F., Marcus THELEN, 2018. New insights in chemokine signaling. In: F1000Research. 2018, 7, 95. eISSN 2046-1402. Available under: doi: 10.12688/f1000research.13130.1
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  author={Legler, Daniel F. and Thelen, Marcus},
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