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By Napolitano M., Santoni A.

CCR8 is a CC chcmokine receptor regularly homologous to CCR4 (44%). CCR8 mRNA has been detected in lymphoid tissues comparable to thymus, spleen, and lymph nodes. particularly. CCR8 message is expressed through CD4 I and CD4 I CD8 I thymocytes, and via CD4 I and CD8 I peripheral blood T lymphocytes. This development of expression indicates a task for this receptor and its ligands within the differentiation, and activation/migration of T lymphocytes. CCR8 can also be regarded as a molecule linked to the TH2 application, being abundantly expressed through NK1.1 I CD4I cells and through TH2 cells that migrate in line with CCR8 ligands. therefore suggesting an enormous function of 1-309 CCR8 in allergic diseases.The major agonists of CCR8 are represented via the eukaryotic CC chemokine 1-309 and by means of vMIP-I, an HHV-8-encoded protein, that result in either calcium mobilization and chemotaxis in mobile transfectanls overexpressing CCR8.A function for this receptor in modulating HIV an infection is indicated through the demonstration that numerous HIV and SIV isolates make the most of CCR8 as a coreceptor for viral entry/fusion and by means of the inhibition of CCR8-medialed HIV an infection proven via 1-309.

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For information on defining SMS storage classes, see Chapter 6 in z/OS DFSMSdfp Storage Administration Reference, SC26-7402. LS_SIZE Specifies the size, in 4 KB blocks, of the log stream offload DASD data sets for the log stream being defined. When specified, this value will be used to specify a space allocation quantity on the log stream offload data set allocation request. It will override any size characteristics specified in an explicitly specified data class (via LS_DATACLAS) or a data class that gets assigned via a DFSMS ACS routine.

The smallest valid LS_SIZE value is 16 (64 KB), however in practice you would be unlikely to want such a small offload data set. The largest size that a log stream offload data set can be defined for System Logger use is slightly less than 2 GB. If the data set size is too large, System Logger will automatically attempt to reallocate it smaller than 2 GB. The largest valid LS_SIZE value is 524287. If you omit LS_SIZE, System Logger does one of the following, in the order listed, to allocate space for offload data sets: • Uses the LS_SIZE of the log stream specified on the LIKE parameter, if specified.

See z/OS DFSMS: Using Data Sets, SC26-7410 for more information about SMS. An SMS value specified on the LS_DATACLAS parameter, including NO_LS_DATACLAS, always overrides one specified on a model log stream used on the LIKE parameter. System Logger uses VSAM linear data sets for offload data sets. They require a control interval (CISIZE) from 4096 to 32768 bytes, and it can be expressed in increments of 4096; the default is 4096. Remember to specify SHAREOPTIONS(3,3) when defining your SMS data class.

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