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A novel α-chemokine, designated KS1, was identified from an EST database of a murine immature keratinocyte cDNA library. The EST has 94% similarity to a recently cloned human gene, BRAK, that has no demonstrated function. Northern analysis of mouse and human genes showed detectable mRNA in brain, intestine, muscle and kidney. Tumour panel blots showed that BRAK was down-regulated in cervical adenocarcinoma and uterine leiomyoma, but was up-regulated in breast invasive ductal carcinoma. KS1doi:10.1093/intimm/12.5.677 pmid:10784614 fatcat:ewd3njzkx5e77ji25fzexviq2q