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Could Improve Dengue Vaccines

Blood Cells Growing Up Too Fast Could Shock the System

By Anette Breindl


Wednesday, October 19, 2011
A study published this week described how systemic inflammatory response syndrome can progress to shock, and suggested that a cell type that has long been recognized as a biomarker of systemic trouble could, in fact, be the driving force behind that progress. The work could find practical applications in shock, as well as dengue vaccine research.

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