GHRELIN INHIBITS SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS ACTIVITY IN SEPSIS
DIFFERENTIAL CELL DEATH GENE EXPRESSION IN MONOCYTES FROM LPS-CHALLENGED HEALTHY HUMAN VOLUNTEERS PRE-TREATED WITH CORTISOL
CONTRIBUTION OF NONAPOPTOTIC AND APOPTOTIC FAS SIGNALING TO THE PATHOLOGY OF EXTRAPULMONARY ACUTE LUNG INJURY
HYPERTONIC RESUSCITATION OF HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK AFTER BLUNT TRAUMA : A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
INHBITION OF MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIRATORY COMPLEX IV ABOLISHES ERβ-MEDIATED CARDIO-PROTECTION FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE
HEPATIC INJURY AND SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION AFTER TRAUMA REQUIRES TLR4 AND IS MEDIATED BY HMGB1
THE ROLE OF CD14 AND OTHER RECEPTORS IN THE RESPONSE TO BACTERIAL PATHOGENS
POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF CHEMOKINE AND CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR EXPRESSION DURING INFLAMMATION
CD40 SIGNALING AND CD40/TLR CROSS-TALK IN INFLAMMATION
RACE AND MEDICINE IN THE GENOMIC ERA
DISPARITIES IN SEPSIS
IMPACT OF RACE, ETHNICITY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS ON HEALTH DISPARITIES : IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NATIONAL RESEARCH AGENDA
CD8+ T CELLS PROMOTE INFLAMMATION IN THE LIVER AFTER SEPSIS
THE PI3K/AKT PATHWAY MEDIATES THE NONGENOMIC CARDIOPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF ESTROGEN FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE
SEPSIS : ALWAYS IN MARS
PARTIAL HIF-1α DEFICIENCY ATTENUATES ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION-MEDIATED GUT AND LUNG INJURY
TNFR1 SIGNALING RESISTANCE IN FEMALE MYOCARDIUM IS MEDIATED BY GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE STAT3/SOCS3 PATHWAY
PP2A INHIBITION ATTENUATES MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION IN ENDOTOXEMIA
THE INTERACTION OF MYOCARDIAL DEPRESSANT FACTORS IN ENDOTOXEMIA : ROLE OF TNF-α IN TLR4- MEDIATED EXPRESSION OF IL-1β AND ICAM-1
ROLE OF HMGB1 IN APOPTOSIS-MEDIATED SEPSIS LETHALITY
ADENOSINE A2A RECEPTOR INACTIVATION INCREASES SURVIVAL IN POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
HSP70.1 AND HSP70.3 MEDIATE SURVIVAL FOLLOWING CECAL LIGATION AND PUNCTURE IN AGED MALE MICE
GLUTAMINE'S ATTENUATION OF NF-kB AND MORTALITY FOLLOWING SEPSIS ARE DEPENDENT ON HSP-70 EXPRESSION
β-ARRESTINS REGULATE LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE (LPS)-INDUCED SIGNALING AND PROINFLAMMATORY GENE EXPRESSION
REGULATORY T CELLS ARE INCREASED BUT DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN MORTALITY IN MURINE POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
REGULATORY T-CELLS SUPPRESS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE 2-HIT RESPONSE AFTER INJURY
THE CD14 -159 C-ALLELE IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF MORTALITY AFTER BURNS INJURY
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF CPG DNA TREATMENT ON INJURY-INDUCED CHANGES IN HOST IMMUNITY
ROLE OF AIF IN TRAUMA HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK-INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL APOPTOSIS
ARE THE PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF 17β-ESTRADIOL ON SPLENIC MACROPHAGES AND SPLENOCYTES AFTER TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE MEDIATED VIA ESTROGENRECEPTOR (ER)-α OR ER-β?
γδT CELLS USE HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 ON THE CELL SURFACE TO KILL ACTIVATED PMN
PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR ACTIVATED RECEPTOR γ (PPARγ) AND LIVER × RECEPTOR-α (L×Rα) COOPERATE IN THE REGULATION OF INFLAMMATION IN MACROPHAGES
17β-ESTRADIOL (E2) ADMINISTRATION AFTER MAJOR BLOOD LOSS IMPROVES LIVER ATP, 3-HOUR SURVIVAL AND ALSO LONG-TERM SURVIVAL FOLLOWING PROLONGED HYPOTENSION (3 HOUR) AND FLUID RESUSCITATION
EFFECT OF GENDER AND SEX HORMONES ON THE IMMUNE RESPONSE FOLLOWING TRAUMA - POTENTIAL CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
THE ROLE OF THE GUT IN MULTIPLE ORGAN FAILURE (MOF)
SIX AT SIX, THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO SEPSIS
MOLECULAR REGULATION OF THE HUMAN INDUCIBLE NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE (iNOS) GENE
THE ROLE OF NF-κB IN ACUTE LUNG INJURY AND PULMONARY INFLAMMATION
UNDERSTANDING SHOCK : THE CONTRIBUTION AND LIMITATIONS OF MORPHOLOGY
AGING AND THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AFTER TRAUMATIC INJURY
MODELING AGING AND SEPSIS
IMMUNE SYSTEM DOWN THE DRAIN : THE EFFECTS OF AGING
INCREASED IL-6 WITH AGING AND MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION AFTER BURN AND SEPSIS
SEPSIS-INDUCED MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION
LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION IN BURN AND BURN COMPLICATED BY SEPSIS
MYOCARDIAL DEPRESSION IN PEDIATRIC SEPSIS; CLINICAL AND MOLECULAR ADVANCES
SEPSIS INDUCED MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION IS ACCOMPANIED BY SEPSIS INDUCED MYOCARDIAL PROTECTION
THE CARDIAC PURINE METABOLOME DURING SEPSIS
MITOCHONDRIAL RESUSCITATION WITH EXOGENOUS CYTOCHROME C IN THE SEPTIC HEART
A NON-HUMAN PRIMATE MODEL OF ANTHRAX SEPSIS
INSIGHTS INTO THE MECHANISMS OF HUMAN STEM CELL ACTIVATION
THE ROLE OF CASPASE-MEDIATED CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION ASSOCIATED WITH BURN TRAUMA
THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPAIRED INSULIN RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN BURN INJURY
MECHANISM OF p38 MAPK SIGNALING IN KUPFFER CELLS (KC) FOLLOWING HYPOXIA : REGULATION BY Src FAMILY KINASES
MICROTUBULE DISRUPTION INHIBITS TNFα-INDUCED NF-κB NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION INDEPENDENT OF IκB DEGRADATION.
THE C5A PRIMING EFFECT ENHANCES TNFα TRANSLATION THROUGH THE PI3K/AKT/MTOR PATHWAY
A PEPTIDE AGONIST OF AKT-SIGNALING ABROGATES SEPSIS-INDUCED LYMPHOCYTE APOPTOSIS
HYPERTONIC SALINE INHIBITS C5A PRIMING OF THE PMN VIA ARREST OF C5A RECEPTOR ENDOCYTOSIS
BLUNT CHEST TRAUMA INDUCES APOPTOSIS IN ALVEOLAR TYPE 2 EPITHELIAL CELLS VIA FAS-L BINDING
EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR (EGF) ATTENUATES LPS-MEDIATED SIGNALING IN ENTEROCYTES THROUGH REDUCED EXPRESSION OF TOLL LIKE RECEPTOR 4 DURING ENDOTOXEMIC STRESS
ADVANCED AGE EXACERBATES THE PULMONARY INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AFTER LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE EXPOSURE
DEPRESSED T-CELL FUNCTION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DIMINISHED CELL-MEDIATED IMMUNRESPONSES FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE
PANCREATIC PROTEASES ARE NECESSARY FOR INCREASED GUT EPITHELIAL PERMEABILITY DURING TRAUMA/HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
FRESH WHOLE BLOOD IS THE BEST 24-h HYPOTENSIVE RESUSCITATIVE FLUID IN SEVERE HEMORRHAGE IN SWINE
OXIDATIVE METABOLISM AND EXPRESSION OF CELL SURFACE RECEPTORS ON MONOCYTES AND NEUTROPHILS IN PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS, SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK
PLASMA FRACTION FROM STORED PACKED RED BLOOD CELLS INDUCES ACUTE LUNG INJURY IN AN IN VIVORODENT TWO EVENT MODEL
LOSS OF THE CIRCADIAN PATTERN OF ADRENOCORTICAL SECRETION IN SEPSIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED NEURONAL ACTIVITY AND CONTENT OF CRH
7.5% SALINE (S) PRESERVES RENAL CORTICAL BLOOD FLOW BUT NOT RENAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION
INCREASING TIME OF INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA/REPRFUSION (II/R) DECREASES RENAL BLOOD FLOW AND FUNCTION
GLUTAMINE ATTENUATES INFLAMMATIONINDUCED MEDIATORS OF PRO-INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AND ENHANCES HSP-70 IN TYPE II LUNG EPITHELIAL CELLS
REGIONAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF NEUTROPHILS IN A MODEL OF ACUTE LUNG INJURY
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PATHWAYS ARE INTENSELY UPREGULATED IN IRREVERSIBLE ALLOIMMUNE AIRWAY FIBROSIS
ACTIVATION AND RECRUITMENT OF POLYMORPHONUCLEAR GRANULOCYTES DURING ACUTE LUNG INJURY FOLLOWING BLUNT CHEST TRAUMA
AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION AND LUNG HISTOPATHOLOGY IN SHEEP WITH SMOKE INHALATION ALONE AND IN COMBINATION WITH BACTERIAL CHALLENGE
THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF A POPULAR CHINESE HERB, ANGELICA SINENSIS, IN EXPERIMENTAL SEPSIS
SMALL MOLECULE INHIBITORS OF MACROPHAGE MIGRATION INHIBITORY FACTOR (MIF) ARE BENEFICIAL DURING SEPSIS
EFFECT OF MELATONIN ON HEPATIC ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY AND THE ACTIVATION OF NUCLEAR FACTOR-KAPPA B
ARTERIAL HYPOTENSION (AH) AND THE DYNAMICS OF IRON NITROSYL HEMOGLOBIN (HBNO) IN A RAT MODEL OF BLAST-INDUCED INJURY
NITRIC OXIDE CONSUMPTION BY CYTOKINESTIMULATED MACROPHAGES
INOS PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN MACROPHAGES EXPOSED TO INTERMITTENT HYPOXIA
ATP AND ADENOSINE CONTROL PMN CHEMOTAXIS VIA AUTOCRINE FEEDBACK MECHANISMS - ROLE IN SHOCK
INTERFERON-γ INHIBITS CASPASE-3 ACTIVITY IN POST-INJURY NEUTROPHILS
NEUTROPHILS DEGRANULATE AND PRIME AFTER PARTIAL CHOLESTEROL DEPLETION
THE MECHANISM(S) OF BUTYRATE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN NEUTROPHIL
A ROLE OF NUETROPHILS IN PULMONARY COMPLICATIONS DURING HYPOTHERMIC THERAPY FOR BRAIN-INJURED PATIENTS
PMN TRANSMIGRATION THROUGH ENDOTHELIUM IS ENHANCED BY THE COMBINED INJURY OF BURN AND INFECTION
PULMONARY INFLAMMATION AFTER ASPIRATION OF GASTRIC CONTENTS
NEUTRALIZATION OF KC AND MIP-2; DIVERGENT EFFECTS ON ACTIVATION PATHWAYS IN MOUSE PMN CELL LINE -CONSISTENT WITH MOUSE BLOOD PMN
RIGHT VENTRICULAR FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AFTER ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY AS A FUNCTION OF VOLUME OVERLOAD
PROLONGED DURATION OF SEPSIS CAUSES ELEVATED ENDOTHELIN-1 AND MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION CORRELATING WITH DNA FRAGMENTATION
CD11B EXPRESSED IN TRAUMA-PRIMED NEUTROPHILS IS ISOLATED WITHIN DETERGENT RESISTANT MEMBRANES
LIDOCAINE VS. AMIODARONE IN TREATING INHOSPITAL CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST DUE TO SHOCK RESISTANT VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS
RON RECEPTOR SIGNALING ENHANCES SURVIVAL DURING INFECTIONS BY STIMULATING MACROPHAGE-DEPENDENT PRO-INFLAMMATORY MEDIATOR PRODUCTION
ASSESSMENT OF PH, HEMOGLOBIN, AND BILE ACID IN GASTRIC FLUID FROM MAJOR TORSO TRAUMA PATIENTS
MODS DEVELOPMENT : THE ROLE OF CAMK II
FRACTALKINE INCREASES APOPTOTIC CELL CLEARANCE BY UPREGULATING MFG-E8 IN MACROPHAGES
FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF EXPRESSION OF DIFFERENT ISOFORMS OF NEUROKININ-1 RECEPTOR (NK-1R) DURING HUMAN MONOCYTE-MACROPHAGE DIFFERENTIATION
LPS-INDUCED MACROPHAGE (MØ) ACTIVATION AUGMENTS PHAGOCYTOSIS OF CANDIDA GLABRATA
ECTO-ADA REGULATES LPS-STIMULATED MACROPHAGE TNF PRODUCTION BY TWO DISTINCT MECHANISMS
SIMILAR EFFECTS OF ENDOTOXEMIA AND CECAL LIGATION/PERFORATION ON MICROVASCULAR THROMBOSIS IN VENULES AND ARTERIOLES IN VIVO
S-ADENOSYL-L-METHIONINE ATTENUATES LIVER INJURY IN AN ALCOHOL-LPS MODEL
SEPSIS-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF BASAL AND LEUCINE-STIMULATED SIGNALING VIA S6K1 IN SKELETAL MUSCLE IS MEDIATED BY TNF
AMINO ACIDS STIMULATE MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS IN NEONATES DURING ENDOTOXEMIA DESPITE REPRESSION OF TRANSLATION INITIATION
GLUCOCORTICOID INFLUENCE UPON THE SECRETORY PROTEIN PRODUCTION OF THE HEPATOCYTE/KUPFFER CELL CO-CULTURE SYSTEM
CAN HYPERLACTEMIA PREDICT THE PROGNOSIS OF LIVER RESECTION?
PREVENTION OF RENAL I/R INJURY WITH HUMAN CHIMERIC SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE (SOD) 2,3
EFFECT OF IMMUNE ENHANCING AGENTS ON MMP PRODUCTION IN THE JEJUNUM FOLLOWING INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY
IDENTIFICATION OF ISCHEMIA-SPECIFIC CANDIDATE GENES DURING ACUTE RENAL FAILURE-INDUCED LUNG INJURY
STAT-MEDIATED SIGNALING IN HEPATIC ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION (IR) INJURY
INHIBITION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE SYNTHESIS PROTECTS THE RAT KIDNEY IN VIVO AGAINST ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY
PROTECTIVE ROLE OF HEME OXYGENASE-1 INDUCTION AGAINST ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSIONINDUCED LIVER DAMAGE IN RATS
HEME OXYGENASE-1 PREVENTS ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION-RELATED APOPTOTIC LIVER DAMAGE IN RATS
COMPARISON OF THE PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF CILOSTAZOL AND ACETYLSALICYLIC ACID ON INTESTINAL MICROCIRCULATION AFTER ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION INJURY
EFFECTS OF HYPEROXIA ON THE MICROVASCULAR INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AFTER INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION
REGULATION OF HEPATIC NF-κB ACTIVATION DURING REPERFUSION AFTER NORMOTHERMIC AND HYPOTHERMIC ISCHEMIA
HSP-70 PROTECTS HEPATOCYTES FROM ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION INJURY
IGA MODULATES NEUTROPHIL INFLAMMATORY POTENTIAL FOLLOWING CHEMOTAXIS
IN SILICO AND IN VIVO STUDIES MODELING THE AGED ACUTE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
H2O2 AND TNFα SYNERGISTICALLY INDUCE INOS AND COX-2 IN A PRO-INFLAMATORY MODEL
HOW DIRECT PERITONEAL RESUSCITATION (DPR) IMPROVES INTESTINAL MICROVASCULAR IMPAIRMENT AND HYPOPERFUSION FOLLOWING HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
DOSE-RELATED EFFECTS OF HYPEROXIA ON THE PULMONARY INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IN SEPSIS INDUCED BY CECAL LIGATION AND PUNCTURE
CASPASE-3, BCL-2 AND SOLUBLE FAS-LIGAND IN WHOLE BLOOD INDICATE APOPTOSIS AS AN IMPORTANT PLAYER IN THE COURSE OF SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK
INHIBITION OF CHOLESTEROL BIOSYNTHESIS BY LOVASTATIN RESULTED IN AN INCREASE OF CD14 LEVELS ENHANCING THE REPONSE TO LPS BY MACROPHAGES
CALCIUM-OXALATE CRYSTALS STIMULATE NFKβ ACTIVATION IN RENAL EPITHELIAL CELLS VIA P38 MAP KINASE SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY#
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA AND LPS ON THE PRODUCTION OF TNFα IN MOUSE MACROPHAGES
INTRODUCTION OF A GLOSSARY OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING TERMS : FACILITATING TRANSLATIONAL MATHEMATICAL MODELING
HAEMOPHILUS SOMNUS INCREASES PARACELLULAR PERMEABILITY OF BRAIN ENDOTHELIAL CELL MONOLAYERS
NEUTROPHILS : RESTRAINER OF INFLAMMATION
THE EVALUATION OF MICAFUNGIN FOR THE DEEPSEATED MYCOSIS IN OUR ADVANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL CENTER
GONADAL HORMONES MEDIATE GENDER DIFFERENCES IN IMMUNE FUNCTION AFTER ETHANOL PLUS BURN INJURY
GENE EXPRESSION PROFILE ALTERATIONS & HEPATIC STEATOSIS INDUCED BY CHRONIC INFLAMMATION ARE PREVENTED BY SOY ISOFLAVONES
THROMBIN ROLE IN INFLAMMATORY SIGNALING
PULMONARY INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES AFTER ETHANOL EXPOSURE AND BURN INJURY
EXPRESSION OF HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS UPON THE ADDITION OF GELDANAMYCIN INCREASES PHAGOCYTOSIS OF IGG-OPSONIZED PARTICLES
DHEA INFLUENCES NEUTROPHIL ADHESION MOLECULE EXPRESSION CONCENTRATION AND TIME DEPENDENTLY
DHEA DECREASES THE TRANSCRIPTION OF CASPASES UPON LPS STIMULATION IN LEUKOCYTES
CHOLINE SUPPRESSES INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES
INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSES AND MORTALITY IN UNCONTROLLED HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK (HS) IN SWINE MODEL RESUSCITATED WITH HEMOGLOBINBASED OXYGEN CARRIER (HBOC-201) −/+ RECOMBINANT FACTOR VIIA (RFVIIA)
G6PD AS A MARKER FOR X-CHROMOSOME SKEWING FOLLOWING INFLAMMATION
SEPSIS INDUCES ELEVATED EXPRESSION OF INHIBITORY RECEPTOR PD-1 AND ITS LIGAND PDL1 ON IMMUNE CELLS
COMPARISON OF IL-8 IN PLASMA, IL-8 IN HEMOLYSATE AND CRP AS A PREDICTION MARKER FOR SEPSIS AFTER SURGERY
GRAM POSITIVE AND GRAM NEGATIVE MURINE PNEUMONIA INDUCE UNIQUE LOCAL CYTOKINE PROFILES
AN EXAMINATION OF MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE SURVIVAL BENEFIT CONFERRED BY INTESTINESPECIFIC OVEREXPRESSION OF INTERLEUKIN-10
EFFECTS OF ANESTHESIA ON LPS INDUCED CHANGES IN SERUM CYTOKINES
POSTOPERATIVE EFFECTS OF LAPAROTOMY ON LPS INDUCED CHANGES IN SERUM CYTOKINES
S-100B PROTEIN LEVEL AND RADIATION INDUCED BRAIN INJURY IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CEREBRAL RADIATION THERAPY
INFRARED (IR) DYES FOR OPTIMIZING CYTOKINE MEASUREMENTS IN ORGAN HOMOGENATES
GENDER DIFFERENCE IN CIRCULATING CYTOKINE LEVELS FOLLOWING MAJOR SURGERY
DIFFERENTIAL CYTOKINE INIDUCTION BY MULTIPLE STIMULI IN HUMAN WHOLE BLOOD
DENDRITIC CELL-NKT CELL INTERACTIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR IMMUNE SUPPRESSION AFTER INJURY
BOTH APOPTOTIC CONTROL AND TRAUMA PATIENTS' T CELLS INDUCE TOLEROGENIC DENDRITIC CELLS
INFLUENCES OF ANTIGEN PRESENTING CELLS ON INJURY-INDUCED SKEWING OF CD4+ T-CELL RESPONSES
DEPRESSED SPLENIC DENDRITIC CELL ANTIGEN PRESENTATION FUNCTION FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE
C3 DEFICIENT MICE ARE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO INFECTIONS FOLLOWING THERMAL INJURY
CYTOKINE RESPONSES AND SURVIVAL DIFFER IN ENDOTOXEMIA OR SEPSIS IN G6PD DEFICIENT MICE
APOPTOSIS OF LEUKOCYTES OVER TIME UNDER VARIOUS STORAGE CONDITIONS
RESUSCITATION WITH A SOLUTION CONTAINING LARGININE (LARG) AND ALPHA-KETOGLUTARATE (AKG) IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN RATS SUBJECTED TO LETHAL HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK (HS)
INHIBITORS OF ENDOGENOUSLY-FORMED CARBON MONOXIDE ARREST BLEEDING AND MAINTAIN BLOOD PRESSURE IN AN ACUTE MODEL OF SEVERE HEPATIC INJURY
A GENE ONTOLOGY AND NETWORK-BASED ANALYSIS OF MURINE LIVER IN TRAUMATIC-HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
CIGLITAZONE, A PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR ACTIVATED RECEPTOR GAMMA (PPARγ) LIGAND REDUCES TISSUE LEUKOSEQUESTRATION IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
EXPRESSION OF PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR ACTIVATED RECEPTOR GAMMA (PPARγ) IS AGEDEPENDENT IN LUNG INJURY DURING HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
CHANGES IN TRANSFERRIN (Tf) AND IRON HANDLING IN HEMORRHAGE/RESUSCITATION (H/R) IN RATS
BLOOD PRESSURE VARIABILITY : A BIOMARKER FOR MORTALITY IN 1852 TRAUMA PATIENTS
EFFECTS OF HEMORRHAGE AND LACTATED RINGER'S (LR) RESUSCITATION ON COAGULATION AND FIBRINOGEN METABOLISM IN PIGS
RESUSCITATION WITH NORMAL SALINE (NS) RESULTS IN INCREASED VOLUME REQUIREMENT, INCREASED CARDIAC OUTPUT AND DECREASED SYSTEMIC VASCULAR RESISTANCE COMPARED TO LACTATED RINGERS (LR) IN AN UNCONTROLLED HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK MODEL IN ANESTHETIZED SWINE
THE RELATIVE ROLE OF CASPASE-DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT APOPTOSIS OF ENDOTHELIAL AND PULMONARY EPITHELIAL CELLS, INDUCED BY T/HS LYMPH, VARIES BY CELLTYPE
HYPOTENSIVE HEMORRHAGE INCREASES CALCIUM UPTAKE CAPACITY AND BCL-XL CONTENT OF LIVER MITOCHONDRIA.
NON-INVASIVE VITAL SIGNS AS INDICES OF CARDIAC OUTPUT DURING SEVERE HEMORRHAGE
THE EFFECTS OF NOREPINEPHRINE (NE) AND DOBUTAMINE (DE) ON BLOOD VOLUME EXPANSION.
EARLY POST-TRAUMATIC COAGULOPATHY IN MULTIPLY INJURY : AN ANALYSIS ON 8.724 PATIENTS FROM THE GERMAN TRAUMA REGISTRY DATABASE
OXYGEN CARRYING CAPACITY, BLOOD VISCOSITY AND MICROCIRCULATION RESTORATION AFTER HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK RESUSCITATION
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK-INDUCED RED BLOOD CELL MORPHOLOGIC CHANGES PERSIST UP TO 2 MONTHS AFTER HEMORRHAGE.
CONTINUOUS SUBLINGUAL PCO2 AS A RAPID INDICATOR OF CHANGES IN TISSUE PERFUSION IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK : AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF HYPERTONIC SALINE DURING HYPOTENSIVE RESUSCITATION IN RATS SUBJECTED TO HEMORRHAGIC/TRAUMATIC SHOCK (HTS)
EARLY INTRAVENOUS ESTROGEN ADMINISTRATION IMPROVES SURVIVAL OF MALE RATS IN UNCONTROLLED HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
INHIBITION OF ENTERAL ENZYME WITH FUTHAN REDUCES MESENTERIC LYMPH-INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL CELL DEATH
HYPERTONIC SALINE RESUSCITATION REDUCES DAMAGE OF THE LIVER IN THE MOUSE MODEL OF HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK : HISTOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
THE INFLUENCE OF ANESTHESIA ON A SWINE MODEL OF HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
HYPOTENSIVE RESUSCITATION OF SEVERE HEMORRHAGE (HEM) IN SWINE WITH 5% SALINE (HS) OR 7.5% SALINE/6% DEXTRAN (HSD)
INABILITY TO EASILY PREDICT INDIVIDUAL DEATHS IN A HEMORRHAGE AND RESUSCITATION MODEL
THE VANILLOID RECEPTOR-1 ANTAGONIST, CAPSAZEPINE, IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN A RAT HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK MODEL
A SWINE MODEL OF HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK (HS) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL MARKERS OF SHOCK SEVERITY
17β-ESTRADIOL MODULATES VASOCONSTRICTION INDUCED BY ENDOTHELIN-1 FOLLOWING TRAUMAHEMORRHAGE
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK-INDUCED LUNG APOPTOSIS : REQUIREMENT FOR RESUSCITATION, DEPENDENCE ON DURATION OF HYPOTENSION AND COMPLETE REVERSAL BY IL-6-MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF STAT3
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK INDUCES DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF SOCS-1 AND SOCS-3 PROTEINS
FK 506 ATTENUATES HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK-INDUCED HYPERPERMEABILITY AND CASPASE-3
POST-HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK MESENTERIC LYMPH INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY IS MEDIATED BY EARLY LIPIDS AND LATE PROTEINS
TLR4 MEDIATES HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK-INDUCED NADPH OXIDASE ACTIVATION IN NEUTROPHIL
CARDIAC CONTRACTILITY (DP/DTMAX) AND RESPONSE TO RESUSCITATION (RES) AFTER HEMORRHAGE (HEM)
MEAN ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE (MAP) AND OXYGEN CONSUMPTION (VO2) AS ENDPOINTS FOR CLOSED-LOOP HYPOTENSIVE RESUSCITATION
GLUTAMINE ENHANCES HEAT SHOCK FACTOR-1 NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION, PHOSHORYLATION AND PROMOTER BINDING FOLLOWING HEAT STRESS INJURY
GENE EXPRESSION REGULATION OF CYTOKINES BY HEAT SHOCK FACTOR 1 (HSF1) AND HSP70 DURING ENDOTOXEMIA
FADD-DN AND BID−/− MICE HAVE PROTECTION AGAINST LYMPHOCYTE APOPTOSIS AND IMPROVED SURVIVAL IN SEPTIC PERITONITIS
THE PI-3K SIGNALING PATHWAY HAS AN OVERALL PROTECTIVE ROLE FOR NEUTROPHIL ACTIVATION AND SURVIVAL IN SEPSIS
REGULATION OF GR-1+CD11B+ MYELOID SUPPRESSOR CELLS IN MURINE POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
NON-COMPETITIVE INHIBITION OF CYTOCHROME C OXIDASE IN SEPTIC LIVER
SPLENECTOMY INACTIVATES THE CHOLINERGIC ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PATHWAY DURING LETHAL ENDOTOXEMIA AND POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
GALANTAMINE IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN LETHAL ENDOTOXEMIA
CHOLINERGIC AGONISTS INHIBIT TNF PRODUCTION BY SPLEEN MACROPHAGES IN A MOUSE MODEL OF LETHAL ENDOTOXEMIA
INTRAHEPATIC STAT-3 DNA BINDING DOES NOT CORRELATE WITH INTRANUCLEAR PHOSPHO-STAT-3 LEVELS IN SEPTIC MICE
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS OF AN ALPHA-7 NICOTINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTOR AGONIST IN MURINE MODELS OF ENDOTOXEMIA
THE SIMILARITY AND DIFFERENCE OF THE ROLE(S) IN HUMAN NEUTROPHIL APOPTOSIS BETWEEN IL-18 AND LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE (LPS)
ACTIVATED PROTEIN C REDUCES HEPATIC ET-1 TRANSCRIPT LEVELS AFTER TRAUMA AND SEPSIS
ROLE OF PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 (PLA2) IN ENDOTOXININDUCED GASTROINTESTINAL (GI) INJURY IN A RAT MODEL
DIFFERENTIAL GENE EXPRESSION OF IRAK-1 AND IRAK-M IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS OF YOUNG AND AGED RATS FOLLOWING PRECONDITIONING WITH ENDOTOXIN
IFNγ IS NOT NECESSARY FOR LPS TOLERANCE
AGE-ASSOCIATED INCREASE IN OXIDATIVE DAMAGE AND DOWN-REGULATION OF EXTRACELLULAR SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE (EC-SOD) IN ENDOTOXINMEDIATED ACUTE LUNG INJURY
POSSIBLE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF Akt PHOSPHORYLATION by rhAPC IN THE LPS-INDUCED LUNG INJURY
p38 MAPK REGULATES MMP-9 RELEASE IN LIVER OF SEPTIC RATS AND TRANSFECTED RAW 264.7 CELLS
FAILED COMPENSATORY HEPATIC REGENERATION PARALLELS E2F-1 ACTIVATION IN LATE SEPSIS
THERAPEUTIC APPROACH FOR SEPSIS FOLLOWING SMOKE INHALATION AND PNEUMONIA
PANCREATIC PROTEASES INHIBITION IS NOT EFFECTIVE IN AMELIORATING PERITONITISINDUCED CELL ACTIVATION, ORGAN DAMAGE, AND MORTALITY IN RATS
MATHEMATICAL MODEL PREDICTING OUTCOMES OF SEPSIS PATIENTS TREATED WITH XIGRIS® : ENHANCE TRIAL
LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE (LPS) UPTAKE INTO LIVER HEPATOCYTES (HC) IN VIVO IS CD14-DEPENDENT
MACROPHAGE MIGRATION INHIBITORY FACTOR (MIF) BLOCKADE IMPROVES CARDIAC FUNCTION AND SURVIVAL IN SEPSIS
NUCLEAR FACTOR-KAPPA B REGULATION IN MICE DURING FULMIANT SEPSIS
ACTIVATION OF LIVER X RECEPTOR BY SYNTHETIC AGONIST T0901317 REDUCES THE LIVER INJURY CAUSED BY LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE IN THE RAT : A NOVEL PRINCIPLE FOR TREATMENT OF SEPSIS AND SHOCK
LYSOPHOSPHATIDIC ACID REDUCES THE ORGAN INJURY CAUSED BY ENDOTOXEMIA VIA ACTIVATION OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS, BUT NOT PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR-ACTIVATED RECEPTORγ
A CRITICAL ROLE OF CPG DNA IN A MURINE PERITONITIS MODEL
HEMOPERFUSION WITH POLYMYXIN BIMMOBILIZED FIBERS (PMX-F) IMPROVES THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSION IN PATIENTS WITH SEPTIC SHOCK
CIRCULATING CONCENTRATIONS OF ADIPONECTIN, AN ENDOGENOUS LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE NEUTRALIZING PROTEIN, DECREASE IN RATS WITH POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
SIRS INCREASES CIRCULATING PROCALCITONIN IN DOGS
THE ROLE OF MYD88-INDEPENDENT, TRIF PATHWAY IN POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
DIRECT HEMOPERFUSION WITH POLYMYXIN B IMMOBILIZED FIBER REDUCES PLASMA LEVELS OF MACROPHAGE MIGRATION INHIBITORY FACTOR IN PATIENTS WITH SEPTIC SHOCK DUE TO PERITONITIS
EFFECT OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE ON THE FUNCTION AND MORPHOLOGY OF LIVER MITOCHONDRIA FROM CONTROL AND ENDOTOXIC RATS
ENDOGENOUS FREE IRON IN LIVER DAMAGE MEDIATED BY ENDOTOXIC SHOCK
MITOCHONDRIAL RONS MAY CONTRIBUTE TO ENDOTOXIN MEDIATED ORGAN FAILURE IN RAT LIVER BUT NOT IN RAT HEART
AN AGONIST ANTIBODY OF THE NICOTINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTORS α-7 SUBUNIT IMPROVES SURVIVAL IN MURINE ENDOTOXEMIA
DOWNREGULATION OF PROTEIN DISULFIDE ISOMERASE (PDI) IN SEPSIS AND ITS ROLE IN PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE RELEASE
ADRENOMEDULLIN BINDING PROTEIN-1 IS DOWNREGULATED DURING POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS IN THE RAT
AGED MICE HAVE ALTERED CYTOKINE PROFILES AND INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY FOLLOWING CECAL LIGATION AND PUNCTURE
RESPONSE OF FIVE INBRED MOUSE STRAINS TO POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS
TRANSCRIPTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSE USING SYSTEMS BIOLOGY METHODOLOGY
SEPSIS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS MACROPHAGE (MØ) CLEARANCE OF APOPTOTIC THYMOCYTES
FLUID RESUSCITATION AND ANTIBIOTICS ENHANCE SURVIVAL BY UNKNOWN MECHANISMS
HIGH-MOLECULAR WEIGHT POLYETHYELENE GLYCOL MODULATES E. COLI INTERACTIONS WITH INTESTINAL EPITHELIUM
INTER-ALPHA INHIBITORS IN ADULT AND NEONATAL SEPSIS: A POTENTIAL APPLICATION AS AN INTEGRATED CLINICAL MARKER AND THERAPEUTIC AGENT
ANTI-IL-6R-ANTIBODY DOWNREGULATES CARDIAC IL-6 AND IMPROVES CARDIAC FUNCTION FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE (T-H)
MYOCARDIAL CYTOCHROME OXIDASE INHIBITION FOLLOWING CARBON MONOXIDE EXPOSURE
QUANTIFICATION AND MODELING OF AGGREGATE BACTERIAL GROWTH IN SUSPENSION: IMPLICATIONS FOR BACTEREMIA
VARIABLE REQUIREMENT OF DENDRITIC CELLS FOR RECRUITMENT, BUT NOT ACTIVATION, OF NK AND TCELLS TO DIFFERENT TLR AGONISTS
IL-12 RESTORES T CELL IL-2/IFN-γ PRODUCTION BY UPREGULATING p38/ERK PATHWAY IN A TWO-HIT MODEL OF ALCOHOL INTOXICATION AND BURN INJURY
TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MODULATION THROUGH PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITION IN HUMAN PBMCS
EPINEPHRINE INCREASES MKP-1 IN LPS-STIMULATED THP-1 CELLS
ERK ACTIVATION IS REQUIRED FOR ANTI-APOPTOTIC SIGNALING BY TNF: A ROLE FOR δ-PKC
TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF CASPASE-8 ON Y397 PROTECTS A549 LUNG EPITHELIAL CELLS FROM APOPTOSIS
MITOCHONDRIA PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN 17β-ESTRADIOL (E2) ATTENUATION OF H2O2-INDUCED ENDOTHELIAL CELL APOPTOSIS
17β-ESTRADIOL ADMINISTRATION FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGE PREVENTS THE SUPPRESSION IN T-CELL CYTOKINE PRODUCTION AND MAPK ACTIVATION PREDOMINANTLY VIA ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-α
CLATHRIN HEAVY CHAIN IS REQUIRED FOR TNFα SIGNALING BY STABILIZING IKKα and IKKβ
A SYNTHETIC FRAMEWORK FOR INVESTIGATING MULTIPLE INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING PATHWAYS USING AGENT BASED MODELING
CALCIUM/CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE(CaMK) KINASE MEDIATES LPS-INDUCED TNFα PRODUCTION
INHIBITION OF GROWTH HORMONE (GH)-INDUCED SPI 2.1 GENE EXPRESSION BY TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR ALPHA (TNFα) INVOLVES NF-κB ACTIVATION
A ROLE FOR RACK1 IN SIGNALING FOR SUPEROXIDE GENERATION, BUT NOT ELASTASE RELEASE IN NEUTROPHILIC DIFFERENTIATED HL60 CELLS
NEUTROPHILS ARE DEGRANULATED AND PRIMED AFTER PARTIAL CHOLESTEROL DEPLETION : INVOLVEMENT OF PHOSPHATASE SHP-1
FMLP INDUCES C5A RECEPTOR ENDOCYTOSIS IN HUMAN NEUTROPHILS
ADIPOSE TISSUE INSULIN RESISTANCE FOLLOWING TRAUMA AND HEMORRHAGE
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE LONG-TERM OUTCOME AFTER A SEVERE THERMAL INJURY
ROLE OF CARDIOMYOCYTE APOPTOSIS IN TRAUMA-INDUCED SENSITIZATION TO MI INJURY
IL-18 IS CRITICAL TO CORTICOSTERONE-MEDIATED INTESTINAL TISSUE DAMAGE IN A TWO-HIT MODEL OF ALCOHOL INTOXICATION AND BURN INJURY
CONDITIONING OF STEM CELLS WITH BRAIN EXTRACT DERIVED FROM TRAUMATIZED ANIMALS INDUCES RAPID NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION
THERMAL INJURY TILTS THE BALANCE OF BLOOD MONOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS
BURN SIZE DETERMINES THE INFLAMMATORY AND HYPERMETABOLIC RESPONSE
THE ADENOSINE A2A RECEPTOR MODULATES THE IMMUNE RESPONSE TO TRAUMA AND INFECTION
EARLY COAGULOPATHY AND MASSIVE TRANSFUSION (MT) IN CIVILIAN TRAUMA AND COMBAT CASUALTIES
PKC ISOFORMS IN BURN RELATED ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY DEFECTS AND MITOCHONDRIAL DAMAGE IN THE HEART
CONTRIBUTION OF SOFT TISSUE TRAUMA TO PROINFLAMMATORY RESPONSE FOLLOWING TRAUMA/HEMORRHAGE
HOW MUCH CROSSTALK EXISTS BETWEEN THE COMPLEMENT AND TLR SYSTEMS IN CARDIOMYOCYTES FOLLOWING BURN INJURY?
ANALYSIS OF BURN AND NON-BURN WOUND INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES IN A MURINE MODEL OF INJURY
DO INITIAL GLUCOSE TRENDS PREDICT MORTALITY IN CRITICALLY ILL TRAUMA PATIENTS? A GROWTH MIXTURE MODEL ANALYSIS
PLATELETS PROVIDE IMMUNE-MODULATING SIGNALS DURING THE HOST RESPONSE TO INJURY
AGE-DEPENDENT REDUCTION OF T CELL RECOVERYLATE AFTER BURN INJURY
AGING AFFECTS ACUTE LUNG INJURY AFTER BURN
EFFECTS OF HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK ON A RAT UNILATERAL LUNG CONTUSION MODEL
INDUCTION OF MOUSE MAMMARY TUMOR VIRUS SUPERANTIGEN IN THE SPLEEN AFTER BURN INJURY
MIS-TRIAGE TO CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE (CVP) DIRECTED RESUSCITATION (RESUS) IS ASSOCIATED WITH POOR OUTCOME
MULTIPLE HEART RATE VARIABILTY MEASUREMENTS REFLECT MORTALITY IN 2,438 TRAUMA PATIENTS.
A TREM-1 POLYMORPHISM INFLUENCES MORTALITY AND SEPSIS SEVERITY IN BURN PATIENTS.
IMPAIRED MATURATION OF SPLENIC MACROPHAGES IN AGED MICE LATE AFTER BURN INJURY.
POST-TRAUMATIC HYPOTENSION : SHOULD SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE OF 90-109 MMHG BE INCLUDED?
LPS-TOLERANCE IMPROVES SURVIVAL AND BACTERIAL CLEARANCE IN MICE WITH BURN WOUND INFECTIONS.
BURN TRAUMA ALTERS CA2+/NA+ HANDLING IN A NOVEL IN VITRO MODEL OF CARDIAC MYOCYTES.
SIMVASTATIN ATTENUATES POSTBURN INTESTINAL TISSUE DAMAGE IN RATS.
MECHANISMS BEHIND THE BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF INSULIN IN CRITICAL ILLNESS USING THERMAL INJURY WITH ETHANOL AS A MODEL.
RELATIONSHIP OF PLASMA ANTITHROMBIN (AT) AND PROTEIN C (PC) AFTER ACUTE LUNG INJURY AND SEPSIS
THE ROLE OF CASPASES IN MYOCARDIAL INFLAMMATION AFTER BURN INJURY.
HEPATOCYTES AND ENDOTHELIAL CELLS FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT IN PRECISION CUT LIVER SLICES.
OPTIMIZATION STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A RODENT MODEL OF SEVERE HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK.
A MURINE MODEL OF COMBINED BURN AND SMOKE INJURY USING A NOVEL SMOKE INHALATION CHAMBER.
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK PARP ACTIVITY NORMALIZES WITHOUT RESUSCITATION.
LEFT VENTRICULAR DILATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED MORTALITY IN SEPTIC MICE.
RECOMBINANT HUMAN FACTOR VIIA (rhFVIIa) REDUCES REBLEED HEMORRHAGE VOLUME IN SWINE AORTOTOMY MODEL.
RENAL BLOOD FLOW IN MICE : DOPPLER ASSESSMENT
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK IN THE RAT : COMPARISON OF FEMORAL AND CAROTID TECHNIQUES
DIFFERENTIAL INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO LPS AND SEPSIS.
PAN-SELECTIN ANTAGONISM INHIBITS LUNG DYSFUNCTION AND DECREASES SYSTEMIC CYTOKINE SECRETION IN A TWO-HIT MODEL OF ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION AND POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS.
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