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Common virulence factors for bacterial pathogenicity in plants and animals.

1995: FMAusubel; LGRahme; JShao; EJStevens; RGTompkins; SFWolfort;

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Genomic responses in mouse models poorly mimic human inflammatory diseases.

2013: Inflammation and Host Response to Injury, Large Scale Collaborative Research Program; HVBaker; PEBankey; TRBilliar; BHBrownstein; SECalvano; JPCobb; AGCuenca; ... JCuschieri; RWDavis; CCFinnerty; RLGamelli; HGao; NSGibran; LHennessy; DNHerndon; SHonari; MGJeschke; JLJohnson; MBKlein; CMLopez; SFLowry; RVMaier; PHMason; GPMcDonald-Smith; CMiller-Graziano; MNMindrinos; JPMinei; LLMoldawer; EEMoore; ABNathens; LGRahme; DRRichards; JSeok; JSperry; RGTompkins; HSWarren; MAWest; WXiao; WXu;

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Establishment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection: lessons from a versatile opportunist.

2000: CLCannon; JBLyczak; GBPier;

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Infections caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

1983 Mar-Apr: GPBodey; RBolivar; VFainstein; LJadeja;

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Vascular trauma induces rapid but transient mobilization of VEGFR2(+)AC133(+) endothelial precursor cells.

2001: SDias; MGill; LGirardi; KHattori; DHicklin; HHimel; SRafii; MLRivera; LWitte; RYurt;

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Cytoprotection by prostaglandins in rats. Prevention of gastric necrosis produced by alcohol, HCl, NaOH, hypertonic NaCl, and thermal injury.

1979: AJHanchar; CLancaster; JENezamis; ARobert;

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High serum procalcitonin concentrations in patients with sepsis and infection.

1993: MAssicot; CBohuon; HCarsin; DGendrel; JGuilbaud; JRaymond;

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Human albumin administration in critically ill patients: systematic review of randomised controlled trials.

1998: Cochrane Injuries Group Albumin Reviewers;

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Plants and animals share functionally common bacterial virulence factors.

2000: FMAusubel; HCao; EDrenkard; BCGoumnerov; GWLau; SMahajan-Miklos; JPlotnikova; LGRahme; ... MWTan; RGTompkins; JTsongalis; CLWalendziewicz;

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A genomic storm in critically injured humans.

2011: Inflammation and Host Response to Injury Large-Scale Collaborative Research Program; BArnoldo; HVBaker; PEBankey; TRBilliar; BHBrownstein; SECalvano; JPCobb; ... AGCuenca; JCuschieri; RWDavis; CCFinnerty; RLGamelli; HGao; NSGibran; DLHayden; LHennessy; DNHerndon; MGJeschke; JLJohnson; MBKlein; MCLopez; SFLowry; RVMaier; PHMason; GPMcDonald-Smith; MNMindrinos; JPMinei; LLMoldawer; EEMoore; ABNathens; DASchoenfeld; JSeok; JSperry; JDStorey; RGTompkins; HSWarren; MAWest; WXiao; WXu; YZhang;

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Catecholamines: mediator of the hypermetabolic response to thermal injury.

1974: JMLong; ADMason; BAPruitt; RWSkreen; DWWilmore;

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Pathophysiologic response to severe burn injury.

2008: LKBranski; DLChinkes; CCFinnerty; GGGauglitz; DNHerndon; MGJeschke; GKulp; RPMlcak; WBNorbury; OESuman;

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Permanent coverage of large burn wounds with autologous cultured human epithelium.

1984: CCCompton; GGGallico; HGreen; OKehinde; NEO'Connor;

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Experimental studies of the pathogenesis of infections due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa: description of a burned mouse model.

1975: IAHolder; DDStieritz;

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The contribution of exoproducts to virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

1985: BHIglewski; TINicas;

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Prevention of venous thromboembolism.

2001: FAAnderson; GPClagett; CWColwell; WHGeerts; JAHeit; GFPineo; HBWheeler;

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Burn wound infections.

2006: DChurch; SElsayed; RLindsay; OReid; BWinston;

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Persistence of muscle catabolism after severe burn.

2000: DLChinkes; AAFerrando; DWHart; DNHerndon; RMlcak; MKObeng; PIRamzy; SEWolf; RRWolfe;

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Epidemiology of nosocomial infections caused by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

1982: ICabezudo; RLThompson; RPWenzel;

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Contribution of quorum sensing to the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in burn wound infections.

1999: JAGriswold; ANHamood; BHIglewski; KPRumbaugh;

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