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Trauma-Induced Alterations of the Lymphokine Cascade

  • E. Faist
  • W. Ertel
  • A. Mewes
  • S. Alkan
  • A. Walz
  • T. Strasser

Abstract

With increasing knowledge about the fundamental importance of cytokines for the regulation of almost all immune responses, new avenues for the better understanding of trauma-induced alterations of cell-mediated immune response mechanisms have been made accessible. The biochemical and biological characterization of mediators and the resulting possibilities for their species-specific recombination were preconditions for the availability and the feasibility of reproducible studies of mediator behavior in pathological states of hemorrhagic shock and trauma.

Keywords

Major Trauma Cyclooxygenase Inhibitor Cytokine Synthesis Mediator Behavior Macro Phage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Faist
  • W. Ertel
  • A. Mewes
  • S. Alkan
  • A. Walz
  • T. Strasser

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