Victoria Elliot

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OBJECTIVES Polyclonal human intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) has been advocated as an adjunct to therapy in severe invasive streptococcal toxic shock because of its ability to neutralize superantigen toxins. The aim of this study was to assess IVIG therapeutic efficacy in an experimental model of streptococcal toxic shock. METHODS To confirm the in vitro(More)
Blood is recognised as a highly important source of disease-related biomarkers, and proteomic approaches for identifying novel blood-borne biomarkers are in demand. The complexity and dynamic protein concentration range of plasma/serum however complicates the analysis process. A number of strategies for simplification of blood prior to proteomic analysis(More)
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