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Innate immune deficiency of extremely premature neonates can be reversed by interferon-γ

Published in PloS one. 2012, vol. 7, no. 3, e32863
Abstract Bacterial sepsis is a major threat in neonates born prematurely, and is associated with elevated morbidity and mortality. Little is known on the innate immune response to bacteria among extremely premature infants.
Keywords Body WeightCell LineFemaleFetal Blood/cytology/immunologyFlow CytometryGestational AgeHumansImmunity, Innate/immunologyInfant, Extremely Low Birth Weight/immunologyInfant, NewbornInfant, Premature/immunologyInterferon-gamma/therapeutic useLeukocytes/metabolismMalePhagocytosis/physiologyPregnancyReceptors, Immunologic/metabolismSepsis/drug therapy/immunologyStatistics, Nonparametric
PMID: 22427899
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Research groups Groupe Pugin Jérôme (Soins intensifs) (587)
Maladies pulmonaires aigues et pathologies cardiaques congénitales (697)
Réanimation néonatale en salle d'accouchement (696)
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TISSIÈRES, Pierre et al. Innate immune deficiency of extremely premature neonates can be reversed by interferon-γ. In: PloS one, 2012, vol. 7, n° 3, p. e32863. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0032863 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:31686

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