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Accumulation of hyperactive neutrophils in the visceral organs was shown to be associated with sepsis-induced multi-organ failure. Recently, a C-terminal fragment of secreted glycoprotein Fibulin7 (Fbln7-C) was shown to inhibit angiogenesis and regulate monocyte functions in inflammatory conditions. However, its effects on neutrophil functions and...
Extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins form the structural support for migration of leukocytes and provide multiple signals to assist in their functions during inflammatory conditions. Presence of pro-inflammatory mediators in the tissues results in the remodelling of matrices which could modify the functions of extravasated leukocytes. Previous repor...
Introduction Sepsis is a dysregulated host immune response due to an uncontrolled infection. It is a leading cause of mortality in adult intensive care units globally. When the host immune response induced against a local infection fails to contain it locally, it progresses to sepsis, severe sepsis, septic shock and death. Method Literature survey...