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    August 2017
  1. NETZER C, Knape T, Kuchler L, Weigert A, et al
    Apoptotic Diminution of Immature Single and Double Positive Thymocyte Subpopulations Contributes to Thymus Involution During Murine Polymicrobial Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017;48:215-226.
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    July 2017
  2. ALBERTSMEIER M, Prix NJ, Winter H, Bazhin A, et al
    Monocyte-dependent Suppression of T-cell Function in Postoperative Patients and Abdominal Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Jul 4. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000924.
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    June 2017
  3. MATSUO S, Sharma A, Wang P, Yang WL, et al
    PYR-41, A Ubiquitin-Activating Enzyme E1 Inhibitor, Attenuates Lung Injury in Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Jun 28. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000931.
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  4. WANG YX, Liu QY, Zhang M, Yang Z, et al
    Polysaccharides from Bupleurum Induce Immune Reversal in Late Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Jun 27. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000934.
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  5. SCHULZ J, Schoneborn S, Vollmer C, Truse R, et al
    Hypercapnia-Induced Amelioration of the Intestinal Microvascular Oxygenation in Sepsis is Independent of the Endogenous Sympathetic Nervous System.
    Shock. 2017 Jun 23. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000920.
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  6. BIAN Y, Qin C, Xin Y, Yu Y, et al
    Itraq-Based Quantitative Proteomic Analysis of Lungs in Murine Polymicrobial Sepsis with Hydrogen Gas Treatment.
    Shock. 2017 Jun 19. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000927.
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  7. CHANG R, Holcomb JB, Johansson PI, Pati S, et al
    Plasma Resuscitation Improved Survival in a Cecal Ligation and Puncture Rat Model of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Jun 6. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000918.
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  8. CHEN G, Li X, Huang M, Zhou X, et al
    The Role of Thioredoxin-1 in Suppression Sepsis Through Inhibiting Mitochondrial-Induced Apoptosis in Spleen.
    Shock. 2017;47:753-758.
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    May 2017
  9. BALBOA E, Saavedra F, Cea LA, Vargas AA, et al
    Sepsis-Induced Channelopathy in Skeletal Muscles is Associated with Expression of Non-Selective Channels.
    Shock. 2017 May 30. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000916.
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  10. ZOU Y, Bao S, Wang F, Guo L, et al
    FN14 Blockade on Pulmonary Microvascular Endothelial Cells Improves the Outcome of Sepsis-Induced Acute Lung Injury.
    Shock. 2017 May 30. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000915.
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  11. CHEN Z, Shao Z, Mei S, Yan Z, et al
    Sepsis Up-Regulates CD14 Expression in a MyD88 Dependent and Trif Independent Pathway.
    Shock. 2017 May 29. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000913.
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  12. FLEMMING S, Burkard N, Meir M, Schick MA, et al
    Sphingosine-1-phosphate Receptor-1 Agonist SEW2871 Causes Severe Cardiac Side Effects and does not Improve Microvascular Barrier Breakdown in Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 May 23. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000908.
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  13. ZONNEVELD R, Jongman R, Juliana A, Zijlmans W, et al
    Low Serum Angiopoietin-1, High Serum Angiopoietin-2, and High Ang-2/Ang-1 Protein Ratio are Associated with Early Onset Sepsis in Surinamese Newborns.
    Shock. 2017 May 22. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000903.
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  14. KANEKI M
    Metabolic Inflammatory Complex in Sepsis: Septic Cachexia as a Novel Potential Therapeutic Target.
    Shock. 2017 May 17. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000906.
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  15. PANPETCH W, Somboonna N, Bulan DE, Issara-Amphorn J, et al
    Gastrointestinal Colonization of Candida Albicans Increases Serum (1-->3)-beta-D-Glucan, without Candidemia, and Worsens Cecal Ligation and Puncture Sepsis in Murine Model.
    Shock. 2017 May 11. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000896.
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  16. OSUCHOWSKI MF, Thiemermann C, Remick DG
    Sepsis-3 on the Block: What Does It Mean for Preclinical Sepsis Modeling?
    Shock. 2017;47:658-660.
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  17. MATHIAS B, Mira JC, Rehfuss JP, Rincon JC, et al
    LPS Stimulation of Cord Blood Reveals a Newborn-Specific Neutrophil Transcriptomic Response and Cytokine Production.
    Shock. 2017;47:606-614.
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  18. LONG E, Oakley E, Duke T, Babl FE, et al
    Does Respiratory Variation in Inferior Vena Cava Diameter Predict Fluid Responsiveness: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
    Shock. 2017;47:550-559.
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  19. ANTONUCCI E, Gleeson PJ, Annoni F, Agosta S, et al
    Angiotensin II in Refractory Septic Shock.
    Shock. 2017;47:560-566.
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  20. RAMIREZ P, Villarreal E, Gordon M, Gomez MD, et al
    Septic Participation in Cardiogenic Shock: Exposure to Bacterial Endotoxin.
    Shock. 2017;47:588-592.
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  21. VARIS E, Pettila V, Poukkanen M, Jakob SM, et al
    Evolution of Blood Lactate and 90-Day Mortality in Septic Shock. A Post Hoc Analysis of the FINNAKI Study.
    Shock. 2017;47:574-581.
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    April 2017
  22. GUIRGIS FW, Dodani S, Moldawer L, Leeuwenburgh C, et al
    Exploring the Predictive Ability of Dysfunctional High Density Lipoprotein for Adverse Outcomes in Emergency Department Patients with Sepsis: A Preliminary Investigation.
    Shock. 2017 Apr 27. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000887.
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  23. KHORRAMIAN E, Fung E, Chua K, Gabayan V, et al
    In a Mouse Model of Sepsis, Hepcidin Ablation Ameliorates Anemia More Effectively Than Iron and Erythropoietin Treatment.
    Shock. 2017 Apr 27. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000886.
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  24. CHENG B, Li Z, Wang J, Xie G, et al
    Comparison of the Performance between Sepsis-1 and Sepsis-3 in ICUs in China: A Retrospective Multicenter Study.
    Shock. 2017 Apr 26. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000868.
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  25. ENDO A, Okamura M, Yoshikawa S, Otomo Y, et al
    Multilateral Functional Alterations of Human Neutrophils in Sepsis: From the Point of Diagnosis to the Seventh Day.
    Shock. 2017 Apr 20. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000883.
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    March 2017
  26. LIAO XL, Feng T, Zhang JQ, Cao X, et al
    Phenotypic Changes and Impaired Function of Peripheral gammadelta T Cells in Patients with Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Mar 30. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000857.
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  27. WU T, Wang L, An J, Wu CY, et al
    Noninvasive Imaging of Stored Red Blood Cell-Transfusion Aggravating Sepsis-Induced Liver Injury Associated with Increased Activation of M1-Polarized Kupffer Cells.
    Shock. 2017 Mar 22. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000867.
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  28. FISHER J, Russell JA, Bentzer P, Parsons D, et al
    Heparin-Binding Protein (HBP): A Causative Marker and Potential Target for Heparin Treatment of Human Sepsis-Induced Acute Kidney Injury.
    Shock. 2017 Mar 17. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000862.
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  29. DELILE E, Neviere R, Thiebaut PA, Maupoint J, et al
    Reduced Insulin Resistance Contributes to the Beneficial Effect of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase-1B Deletion in a Mouse Model of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Mar 7. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000853.
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    February 2017
  30. YU Y, Yang Y, Bian Y, Li Y, et al
    Hydrogen Gas Protects Against Intestinal Injury in Wild Type but Not NRF2 Knockout Mice with Severe Sepsis by Regulating HO-1 and HMGB1 Release.
    Shock. 2017 Feb 23. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000856.
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  31. MOORE HB, Winfield RD, Aibiki M, Neal MD, et al
    Is Coagulopathy an Appropriate Therapeutic Target During Critical Illness Such as Trauma or Sepsis?
    Shock. 2017 Feb 23. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000854.
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  32. KUNZ N, Xia BT, Kalies KU, Klinger M, et al
    Cell-Derived Nanoparticles are Endogenous Modulators of Sepsis with Therapeutic Potential.
    Shock. 2017 Feb 22. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000855.
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  33. ASLAN A, van Meurs M, Moser J, Popa ER, et al
    Organ-Specific Differences in Endothelial Permeability-Regulating Molecular Responses in Mouse and Human Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Feb 1. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000841.
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    January 2017
  34. KAPLAN J
    Is Leptin a Key to Metabolic Inflammation in Trauma and Sepsis?
    Shock. 2017 Jan 25. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000836.
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  35. NEGRIN LL, Jahn A, van Griensven M
    Leptin Protects Against Mortality and Organ Dysfunction in a Two-Hit Trauma/Sepsis Model and Is IL-6-Dependent.
    Shock. 2017 Jan 20. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000837.
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  36. HAN M, Fitzgerald JC, Balamuth F, Keele L, et al
    Association of Delayed Antimicrobial Therapy with One-Year Mortality in Pediatric Sepsis.
    Shock. 2017 Jan 20. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000833.
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  37. LANG Y, Jiang Y, Gao M, Wang W, et al
    Interleukin-1 Receptor 2: A New Biomarker for Sepsis Diagnosis and Gram-Negative/Gram-Positive Bacterial Differentiation.
    Shock. 2017;47:119-124.
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    December 2016
  38. KHWANNIMIT B, Bhurayanontachai R, Vattanavanit V
    Validation of the Sepsis Severity Score Compared with Updated Severity Scores in Predicting Hospital Mortality in Sepsis Patients.
    Shock. 2016.
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  39. HO J, Zhang L, Liu X, Wong SH, et al
    Pathological Role and Diagnostic Value of Endogenous Host Defense Peptides in Adult and Neonatal Sepsis: A Systematic Review.
    Shock. 2016.
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  40. WINKLER MS, Nierhaus A, Poppe A, Greiwe G, et al
    Sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P): A Potential Biomarker and Therapeutic Target for Endothelial Dysfunction and Sepsis?
    Shock. 2016.
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  41. IKETANI M, Ohshiro J, Urushibara T, Takahashi M, et al
    Preadministration of Hydrogen-Rich Water Protects Against Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Sepsis and Attenuates Liver injury.
    Shock. 2016.
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    November 2016
  42. STEELE AM, Starr ME, Saito H
    Late Therapeutic Intervention with Antibiotics and Fluid Resuscitation Allows for a Prolonged Disease Course with High Survival in a Severe Murine Model of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  43. ONDEE T, Surawut S, Taratummarat S, Hirankan N, et al
    FC Gamma Receptor IIB Deficient Mice: A Lupus Model with Increased Endotoxin Tolerance-Related Sepsis Susceptibility.
    Shock. 2016.
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  44. CHEN G, Li X, Huang M, Zhou X, et al
    The Role of Thioredoxin-1 in Suppression Sepsis Through Inhibiting Mitochonrial- Induced Apoptosis in Spleen.
    Shock. 2016.
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    October 2016
  45. PARK J, Hwang SY, Jo IJ, Jeon K, et al
    Impact of Metformin Use on Lactate Kinetics in Patients with Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock.
    Shock. 2016.
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  46. TREVELIN SC, Carlos D, Beretta M, da Silva JS, et al
    Diabetes Mellitus and Sepsis: A Challenging Association.
    Shock. 2016.
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  47. OSUCHOWSKI MF, Thiemermann C, Remick DG
    SEPSIS-3 On the Block: What Does It Mean for Pre-Clinical Sepsis Modeling?
    Shock. 2016 Oct 25. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000775.
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  48. LEFEVRE N, Noyon B, Biarent D, Corazza F, et al
    Sex Differences in Inflammatory Response and Acid-Base Balance in Prepubertal Children with Severe Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  49. HEIPERTZ EL, Harper J, Walker WE
    STING and TRIF Contribute to Mouse Sepsis, Depending on Severity of the Disease Model.
    Shock. 2016.
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  50. MATSUMOTO H, Yamakawa K, Ogura H, Koh T, et al
    Clinical Significance of Tissue Factor and CD13 Double-Positive Microparticles in Sirs Patients with Trauma and Severe Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  51. CROWELL KT, Soybel DI, Lang CH
    Restorative Mechanisms Regulating Protein Balance in Skeletal Muscle During Recovery From Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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    September 2016
  52. COOPERSMITH CM, Deutschman CS
    The New Sepsis Definitions: Implications for the Basic and Translational Research Communities.
    Shock. 2016.
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  53. GADDAM RR, Fraser R, Badiei A, Chambers S, et al
    Differential Effects of Kupffer Cell Inactivation on Inflammation and the Liver Sieve Following Caecal-Ligation and Puncture Induced Sepsis in Mice.
    Shock. 2016.
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  54. HE Y, Du WX, Jiang HY, Ai Q, et al
    Multiplex Cytokine Profiling Identifies Interleukin-27 as a Novel Biomarker for Neonatal Early Onset Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  55. COLBERT JF, Schmidt EP, Faubel S, Ginde AA, et al
    Severe Sepsis Outcomes Among Hospitalizations with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
    Shock. 2016.
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  56. YANG S, Qi H, Kan K, Quan C, et al
    Neutrophil Extracellular Traps Promote Hypercoagulability in Patients with Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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    August 2016
  57. ENDERES J, van der Linde J, Muller J, Tran BT, et al
    FTY720-Induced Lymphopenia does not Aggravate Mortality in a Murine Model of Polymicrobial Abdominal Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  58. HAYAKAWA M, Kudo D, Saito S, Uchino S, et al
    Antithrombin Supplementation and Mortality in Sepsis-Induced Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation: A Multicenter Retrospective Observational Study.
    Shock. 2016.
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  59. MONNERET G, Demaret J, Gossez M, Reverdiau E, et al
    Novel Approach in Monocyte Intracellular TNF Measurement: Application to Sepsis-Induced Immune Alterations.
    Shock. 2016.
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  60. OH GH, Chung SP, Park YS, Hong JH, et al
    Mean Platelet Volume to Platelet Count Ratio as a Promising Predictor of Early Mortality in Severe Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  61. MORTON B, Mitsi E, Pennington SH, Reine J, et al
    Augmented Passive Immunotherapy with P4 Peptide Improves Phagocyte Activity in Severe Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  62. LANG Y, Jiang Y, Gao M, Wang W, et al
    Interleukin-1 Receptor 2, a New Biomarker for Sepsis Diagnosis and Gram-negative/gram-positive Bacterial Differentiation.
    Shock. 2016.
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  63. SEATON ME, Parent BA, Sood RF, Wurfel MM, et al
    Melanocortin-1 Receptor Polymorphisms and the Risk of Complicated Sepsis After Trauma: A Candidate Gene Association Study.
    Shock. 2016.
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    July 2016
  64. KLINGENSMITH NJ, Yoseph BP, Liang Z, Lyons JD, et al
    Epidermal Growth Factor Improves Intestinal Integrity and Survival in Murine Sepsis Following Chronic Alcohol Ingestion.
    Shock. 2016.
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  65. ZAMPIERI FG, Mazza B
    Mechanical Ventilation in Sepsis: A Reappraisal.
    Shock. 2016.
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  66. SOUZA DC, Barreira ER, Faria LS
    The Epidemiology of Sepsis in Childhood.
    Shock. 2016.
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  67. PATIL NK, Bohannon JK, Luan L, Guo Y, et al
    FLT3 Ligand Treatment Attenuates T Cell Dysfunction and Improves Survival in A Murine Model of Burn Wound Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  68. WONG HR, Lindsell CJ
    An Enrichment Strategy for Sepsis Clinical Trials.
    Shock. 2016.
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  69. FUJIOKA K, Kalish F, Zhao H, Lu S, et al
    Induction of Heme OXYGENASE-1 Attenuates the Severity of Sepsis in A Non-Surgical Preterm Mouse Model.
    Shock. 2016.
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  70. SALLUH JI, Povoa P
    Corticosteroids in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: A Concise Review.
    Shock. 2016.
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  71. GOBATTO AL, Besen BA, Azevedo LC
    How Can We Estimate Sepsis Incidence and Mortality?
    Shock. 2016.
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  72. BESEN BA, Taniguchi LU
    Negative Fluid Balance in Sepsis: When and How?
    Shock. 2016.
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  73. BAFI AT, Tomotani DY, Freitas FG
    Sepsis in Solid-Organ Transplant Patients.
    Shock. 2016.
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  74. SHARMA NK, Salomao R
    Sepsis Through the Eyes of Proteomics: The Progress in the Last Decade.
    Shock. 2016.
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  75. ZAMPIERI FG, de Freitas F, Salomao R
    New Paths in Sepsis Management.
    Shock. 2016.
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  76. DWIVEDI DJ, Grin PM, Khan M, Prat A, et al
    Differential Expression of PCSK9 Modulates Infection, Inflammation and Coagulation in a Murine Model of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  77. CHEN G, Li X, Huang M, Li M, et al
    Thioredoxin-1 Increases Survival in Sepsis by Inflammatory Response Through Suppressing Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress.
    Shock. 2016;46:67-74.
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  78. YOSEPH BP, Klingensmith NJ, Liang Z, Breed ER, et al
    Mechanisms of Intestinal Barrier Dysfunction in Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016;46:52-9.
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  79. CHOE EA, Shin TG, Jo IJ, Hwang SY, et al
    The Prevalence and Clinical Significance of Low Procalcitonin Levels Among Patients With Severe Sepsis or Septic Shock in the Emergency Department.
    Shock. 2016;46:37-43.
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  80. FILHO RR, Rocha LL, Correa TD, Pessoa CM, et al
    Blood Lactate Levels Cutoff and Mortality Prediction in Sepsis- Time for a Reappraisal? A Retrospective Cohort Study.
    Shock. 2016.
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    June 2016
  81. HERRAN-MONGE R, Muriel-Bombin A, Garcia-Garcia MM, Merino-Garcia PA, et al
    Mortality Reduction and Long-Term Compliance with Surviving Sepsis Campaign: A Nationwide Multicenter Study.
    Shock. 2016;45:598-606.
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    May 2016
  82. MORTENSEN KM, Itenov TS, Haase N, Muller RB, et al
    High Levels of Methylarginines Were Associated with Increased Mortality in Patients with Severe Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  83. RAY S, Cvetkovic M, Brierley J, Lutman DH, et al
    Shock Index Values and Trends in Pediatric Sepsis: Predictors or Therapeutic Targets? A Retrospective Observational Study.
    Shock. 2016.
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  84. SUZUKI K, Inoue S, Kametani Y, Komori Y, et al
    Reduced Immunocompetent B Cells and Increased Secondary Infection in Elderly Patients with Severe Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  85. LEELAHAVANICHKUL A, Worasilchai N, Wannalerdsakun S, Jutivorakool K, et al
    Gastrointestinal Leakage Detected by Serum (1-->3)-beta-D-Glucan in Mouse Models and a Pilot Study in Patients with Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  86. AZIZ M, Wang P
    What's New in Shock, May 2016?
    Shock. 2016;45:471-4.
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  87. ANDERSEN LW, Liu X, Montissol S, Holmberg MJ, et al
    Cytochrome C in Patients with Septic Shock.
    Shock. 2016;45:512-7.
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  88. FUKADA T, Kato H, Ozaki M, Yagi J, et al
    Impact of the Timing of Morphine Administration on Lipopolysaccharide-Mediated Lethal Endotoxic Shock in Mice.
    Shock. 2016;45:564-9.
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    April 2016
  89. MATEJOVIC M, Tuma Z, Moravec J, Valesova L, et al
    Renal Proteomic Responses to Severe Sepsis and Surgical Trauma: Dynamic Analysis of Porcine Tissue Biopsies.
    Shock. 2016.
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  90. OPAL SM, Ellis JL, Suri V, Freudenberg JM, et al
    PHARMACOLOGICAL SIRT1 ACTIVATION IMPROVES MORTALITY AND MARKEDLY ALTERS TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILES THAT ACCOMPANY EXPERIMENTAL SEPSIS.
    Shock. 2016;45:411-8.
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  91. NULLENS S, Staessens M, Peleman C, Schrijvers DM, et al
    EFFECT OF GTS-21, AN ALPHA7 NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTOR AGONIST, ON CLP-INDUCED INFLAMMATORY, GASTROINTESTINAL MOTILITY, AND COLONIC PERMEABILITY CHANGES IN MICE.
    Shock. 2016;45:450-9.
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  92. MITTWEDE PN, Clemmer JS, Bergin PF, Xiang L, et al
    OBESITY AND CRITICAL ILLNESS: INSIGHTS FROM ANIMAL MODELS.
    Shock. 2016;45:349-58.
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  93. POST EH, Su F, Taccone FS, Hosokawa K, et al
    THE EFFECTS OF FENOLDOPAM ON RENAL FUNCTION AND METABOLISM IN AN OVINE MODEL OF SEPTIC SHOCK.
    Shock. 2016;45:385-92.
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    March 2016
  94. DAY YJ, Chen KH, Chen YL, Huang TH, et al
    Preactivated and Disaggregated Shape-Changed Platelets Protected Against Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Complicated by Sepsis Through Inflammation Suppression.
    Shock. 2016.
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  95. CHAWLA LS, Fink M, Goldstein SL, Opal S, et al
    THE EPITHELIUM AS A TARGET IN SEPSIS.
    Shock. 2016;45:249-258.
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  96. ZHAO GJ, Li D, Zhao Q, Lian J, et al
    PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF PLASMA TIGHT-JUNCTION PROTEINS FOR SEPSIS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY.
    Shock. 2016;45:326-332.
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  97. ARULKUMARAN N, Deutschman CS, Pinsky MR, Zuckerbraun B, et al
    MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION IN SEPSIS.
    Shock. 2016;45:271-81.
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  98. INCE C, Mayeux PR, Nguyen T, Gomez H, et al
    THE ENDOTHELIUM IN SEPSIS.
    Shock. 2016;45:259-70.
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  99. KELLUM JA, Gomez H, Gomez A, Murray P, et al
    ACUTE DIALYSIS QUALITY INITIATIVE (ADQI) XIV SEPSIS PHENOTYPES AND TARGETS FOR BLOOD PURIFICATION IN SEPSIS: THE BOGOTA CONSENSUS.
    Shock. 2016;45:242-8.
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    February 2016
  100. LEITE MC, Lomba LA, Bastos-Pereira AL, Brito HO, et al
    Involvement of Central Endothelin ETA and Cannabinoid CB1 Receptors and Arginine Vasopressin Release in Sepsis Induced by Cecal Ligation and Puncture in Rats.
    Shock. 2016.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  101. CIRIONI O, Simonetti O, Pierpaoli E, Barucca A, et al
    Enhanced Efficacy of Combinations of Pexiganan with Colistin Versus Acinetobacter Baumannii in Experimental Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  102. MAYUMI K, Yamashita T, Hamasaki Y, Noiri E, et al
    IMPACT OF CONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY INTENSITY ON SEPTIC ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY.
    Shock. 2016;45:133-8.
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  103. GHARIB SA, Mar D, Bomsztyk K, Denisenko O, et al
    SYSTEM-WIDE MAPPING OF ACTIVATED CIRCUITRY IN EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE SYNDROME.
    Shock. 2016;45:148-56.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


    January 2016
  104. CHANG R, Holcomb JB
    Choice of Fluid Therapy in the Initial Management of Sepsis, Severe Sepsis, and Septic Shock.
    Shock. 2016.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  105. BRENNEIS M, Aghajaanpour R, Knape T, Sha LK, et al
    PPARgamma Expression in T Cells as a Prognostic Marker of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  106. HOU PC, Filbin MR, Napoli A, Feldman J, et al
    Cardiac Output Monitoring Managing Intravenous Therapy (COMMIT) to Treat Emergency Department Patients with Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  107. CLAVIER T, Besnier E, Lefevre-Scelles A, Lanfray D, et al
    Increased Hypothalamic Levels of Endozepines, Endogenous Ligands of Benzodiazepine Receptors, in a Rat Model of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016.
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  108. CHENG T, Bai J, Chung CS, Chen Y, et al
    Enhanced Innate Inflammation Induced by Anti-BTLA Antibody in Dual Insult Model of Hemorrhagic Shock/Sepsis.
    Shock. 2016;45:40-49.
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  109. SCHURR JW, Wu W, Smith-Hannah A, Smith CJ, et al
    Incidence of Sepsis and Mortality With Prior Exposure of HMG-COA Reductase Inhibitors in a Surgical Intensive Care Population.
    Shock. 2016;45:10-15.
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  110. SHIN TG, Jo IJ, Hwang SY, Jeon K, et al
    Comprehensive Interpretation of Central Venous Oxygen Saturation and Blood Lactate Levels During Resuscitation of Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock in the Emergency Department.
    Shock. 2016;45:4-9.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


    December 2015
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    Assessing the Predictive Value of Clinical Factors Used to Determine the Presence of Sepsis Causing Shock in the Emergency Department.
    Shock. 2015.
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  112. YOUNG JS, Heffernan DS, Chung CS, Kettenmann ML, et al
    Effect of PD-1: PD-L1 in Invariant Natural Killer T Cell Emigration and Chemotaxis Following Sepsis.
    Shock. 2015.
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  113. DI CARO V, Walko TD 3rd, Bola RA, Hong JD, et al
    Plasma Mitochondrial DNA - A Novel Damp in Pediatric Sepsis.
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  114. IMAMURA Y, Yoshikawa N, Murkami Y, Mitani S, et al
    Effect of Histone Acetylation on N-Methyl-D-Aspartate 2B Receptor Subunits and Interleukin-1 Receptors in Association with Nociception-Related Somatosensory Cortex Dysfunction in A Mouse Model of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2015.
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  115. HUANG CT, Tsai YJ, Tsai PR, Yu CJ, et al
    Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: Timing of Septic Shock Onset Matters.
    Shock. 2015.
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    November 2015
  116. MASLOVE DM, Marshall JC
    Diagnostic Utility of Different Blood Components in Gene Expression Analysis of Sepsis.
    Shock. 2015.
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  117. ARAUJO CV, Campbell C, Goncalves-de-Albuquerque CF, Molinaro R, et al
    A Ppargamma Agonist Enhances Bacterial Clearance Through Neutrophil Extracellular Trap Formation and Improves Survival in Sepsis.
    Shock. 2015.
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  118. OPAL S, Ellis JL, Suri V, Freudenberg JM, et al
    Sirt1 Activation Markedly Alters Transcription Profiles and Improves Outcome in Experimental Sepsis.
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  119. LEELAHAVANICHKUL A, Somparn P, Issara-Amphorn J, Eiam-Ong S, et al
    Serum Neutrophil Gelatinase Associated Lipocalin (NGAL) Outperforms Serum Creatinine in Detecting Sepsis-Induced Acute Kidney Injury, Experiments on Bilateral Nephrectomy and Bilateral Ureter Obstruction Mouse Models.
    Shock. 2015.
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  120. CORTES DO, Su F, Santacruz C, Hosokawa K, et al
    Ischemic Conditioning Protects the Microcirculation, Preserves Organ Function and Prolongs Survival in Sepsis.
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  121. KREZALEK MA, DeFazio J, Zaborina O, Zaborin A, et al
    The Shift of an Intestinal "Microbiome" to A "Pathobiome" Governs the Course and Outcome of Sepsis Following Surgical Injury.
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  122. KARLSSON M, Hara N, Morata S, Sjovall F, et al
    Diverse and Tissue Specific Mitochondrial Respiratory Response in A Mouse Model of Sepsis-Induced Multiple Organ Failure.
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    October 2015
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    Evaluation of Perfusion Index as a Predictor of Vasopressor Requirement in Patients with Severe Sepsis.
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  124. ZHANG Y, Meng H, Ma R, He Z, et al
    Circulating Microparticles, Blood Cells and Endothelium Induce Procoagulant Activity in Sepsis Through Phosphatidylserine Exposure.
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  125. KARAGIANNIDIS I, Kataki A, Glustianou G, Memos N, et al
    Extended cytoprotective effect of autophagy in the late stages of sepsis and fluctuations in signal transduction pathways in a rat experimental model of kidney injury.
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  126. RAMAKERS BP, Giamarellos-Bourboulis EJ, Tasioudis C, Coenen MJ, et al
    Effects of the 34C>T Variant of the AMPD1 Gene on Immune Function, Multi-Organ Dysfunction and Mortality in Sepsis Patients.
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  127. HARA N, Chijiiwa M, Yara M, Ishida Y, et al
    Metabolomic Analyses of Brain Tissue in Sepsis Induced by Cecal Ligation Reveal Specific Redox Alterations - Protective Effects of the Oxygen Radical Scavenger Edaravone.
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  128. RIMMELE T, Payen D, Cantaluppi V, Marshall J, et al
    Immune Cell Phenotype and Function in Sepsis.
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  129. LOMAS-NEIRA JL, Heffernan DS, Ayala A, Monaghan SF, et al
    Blockade of Endothelial Growth Factor, Angiopoietin-2, Reduces Indices of Ards and Mortality in Mice Resulting from the Dual-Insults of Hemorrhagic Shock and Sepsis.
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  130. RUSSELL JA
    C-TERMINAL PORTION OF PRO-ARGININE-VASOPRESSIN (CT-PRO-AVP) AS A PREDICTIVE BIOMARKER IN SEPSIS: NOT THERE YET.
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  131. SKIRECKI T, Drechsler S, Rademann P, Jafarmadar M, et al
    SEP-16: RESPONSES OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC STEM AND PROGENITOR CELL COMPARTMENT DURING ACUTE PHASE OF MOUSE CLP SEPSIS DEPEND ON ITS SEVERITY AND OUTCOME.
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  132. DENK S, Neher M, Wiegner R, Kalbitz M, et al
    SEP-14: COMPLEMENT CHANGES THE pH BALANCE DURING SEPSIS.
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  133. RADEMANN P, Drechsler S, Kasiri M, Khadem A, et al
    SEP-12: APOSEC, A NOVEL IMMUNOMODULATORY SECRETOME THERAPEUTIC, IS INEFFECTIVE IN THE ACUTE PHASE OF SEVERE MOUSE CLP SEPSIS.
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  134. RADEMANN P, Weidinger A, S Drechsler, Klotz A, et al
    SEP-11: ANTI-ROS TREATMENT BY SPECIFIC MITOCHONDRIA-TARGETED ANTIOXIDANTS SKQ1 AND MITOTEMPO EXACERBATE MORTALITY IN THE ACUTE MURINE POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS.
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  135. KALBITZ M, Huber-Lang M, Gebhard F, Ward P, et al
    SEP-10: COMPLEMENT ALTERS CARDIAC FUNCTION DURING SEPSIS.
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  136. CHEN J, Kieswich J, Chiazza F, Gobbetti T, et al
    SEP-9: THE CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION CAUSED BY SEPSIS IN ANIMALS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IS ATTENUATED BY INHIBITING IkappaB KINASE.
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  137. VIRGOLINI K, Duvigneau JC, Kozlov AV, Schwendenwein I, et al
    SEP-8: UPREGULATION OF BVR ACTIVITIES IN WHITE BLOOD CELLS OF PATIENTS WITH SIRS AND SEPSIS.
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  138. SCHEER C, Fuchs C, Vollmer M, Rehberg S, et al
    SEP-6: SUSTAINED REDUCTION OF INTENSIVE sCARE- AND HOSPITAL LENGTH OF STAY FOR SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK PATIENTS BY A CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM OVER 7.5 YEARS.
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  139. FUCHS C, Scheer C, Vollmer M, Rehberg S, et al
    SEP-5: SUSTAINED REDUCTION OF 90-DAY MORTALITY OF SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK AS A RESULT OF A CONTINUOUS TRAINING PROGRAM FOR PHYSICIANS AND NURSING STAFF.
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  140. SMIRNOV A, Pohlmann S, Bak M, Flohe SB, et al
    SEP-4: A NOVEL ROLE OF CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR CXCR4 IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNOSUPPRESSION DURING POLYMICROBIAL SEPSIS: IMPACT ON DENDRITIC CELL DIFFERENTIATION.
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  141. TAVLADAKI T, Kozlov AV, Spanaki AM, Duvigneau JC, et al
    SEP-3: NITRIC OXIDE AND METABOLIC PATTERNS IN EARLY ONSET OF SEVERE SEPSIS OR TRAUMA.
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  142. PANDEY S, Deep A, Sharma H, Jain T, et al
    OUT-2: SPECTRUM AND OUTCOME OF COMPLICATED INTRA-ABDOMINAL SEPSIS AT A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN INDIA.
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    September 2015
  143. HACHE G, Osuchowski M, Thiemermann C
    Does Insulin Protect the Brain in Mice and Man with Sepsis?
    Shock. 2015;44:287.
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  144. SEE KC, Mukhopadhyay A, Lim TK, Phua J, et al
    Shock in the First 24 h of Intensive Care Unit Stay: Observational Study of Protocol-Based Fluid Management: Reply.
    Shock. 2015;44:289-90.
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    Shock in the First 24 h of Intensive Care Unit Stay: Observational study of Protocol-Based Fluid Management.
    Shock. 2015;44:288-9.
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    July 2015
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    Temporal Links Between Endotoxin Activity Levels and IL-6 Concentrations in Abdominal Sepsis.
    Shock. 2015.
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  147. GU C, Liu M, Zhao T, Zhai L, et al
    Recombinant Human Annexin A5 Can Repair the Disrupted Cardiomyocyte Adherens Junctions in Endotoxemia.
    Shock. 2015;44:83-9.
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    June 2015
  148. KHAN MM, Yang WL, Wang P
    Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Sepsis.
    Shock. 2015.
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  149. PENG Y, Gao M, Jiang Y, Wang K, et al
    Angiogenesis Inhibitor Endostatin Protects Mice with Sepsis from Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome.
    Shock. 2015.
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  150. JUNG WJ, Park BH, Chung KS, Kim SY, et al
    Glucagon levels, disease severity, and outcome in severe sepsis.
    Shock. 2015;43:563-8.
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  151. CHAUDRY IH, Lang CH
    Expression of concern.
    Shock. 2015;43:620.
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    May 2015
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    Increased NGAL Is Associated With Mortality and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock.
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  153. SONNEVILLE R, Derese I, Marques MB, Langouche L, et al
    Neuropathological Correlates of Hyperglycemia During Prolonged Polymicrobial Sepsis in Mice.
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  154. MAI SH, Khan M, Dwivedi DJ, Ross CA, et al
    Delayed But Not Early Treatment With DNase Reduces Organ Damage and Improves Outcome in a Murine Model of Sepsis.
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  155. STRINGER KA, Younger JG, McHugh C, Yeomans L, et al
    Whole Blood Reveals More Metabolic Detail of the Human Metabolome Than Serum as Measured by 1H-NMR Spectroscopy: Implications for Sepsis Metabolomics.
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  156. ARBABI S
    What's new in Shock? May 2015.
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  157. LIU H, Liang X, Wang D, Zhang H, et al
    Combination therapy with nitric oxide and molecular hydrogen in a murine model of acute lung injury.
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    Catecholamine use is associated with enterocyte damage in critically ill patients.
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    The hydrocortisone protection of glycocalyx on the intestinal capillary endothelium during severe acute pancreatitis.
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    April 2015
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    What's new in Shock? April 2015.
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  162. COX LA, van Eijk LT, Ramakers BP, Dorresteijn MJ, et al
    Inflammation-induced increases in plasma endocan levels are associated with endothelial dysfunction in humans in vivo.
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    RGD peptides protects against acute lung injury in septic mice through Wisp1-integrin beta6 pathway inhibition.
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    Inhibition effect of glycyrrhizin in lipopolysaccharide-induced high-mobility group box 1 releasing and expression from RAW264.7 cells.
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    Alpha-lipoic acid prevents endotoxic shock and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome induced by endotoxemia in rats.
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    Protection by enteral glutamine is mediated by intestinal epithelial cell peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma during intestinal ischemia/reperfusion.
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    February 2015
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    Soluble RAGE and the RAGE ligands HMGB1 and S100A12 in critical illness: impact of glycemic control with insulin and relation with clinical outcome.
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    January 2015
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    Coagulation phenotypes in septic shock as evaluated by calibrated automated thrombography.
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