A transcriptomic reporter assay employing neutrophils to measure immunogenic activity of septic patients’ plasma

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There are diverse molecules present in blood plasma that regulate immune functions and also present a potential source of disease biomarkers and therapeutic targets. Genome-wide profiling has become a powerful method for assessing immune responses on a systems scale, but technologies that can measure the plasma proteome still face considerable challenges… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1479-5876-12-65

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@inproceedings{Khaenam2013ATR, title={A transcriptomic reporter assay employing neutrophils to measure immunogenic activity of septic patients’ plasma}, author={Prasong Khaenam and Darawan Rinchai and Matthew C. Altman and Laurent Chiche and Surachat Buddhisa and Chidchamai Kewcharoenwong and Duangchan Suwannasaen and Michael J. Mason and Elizabeth Whalen and Scott Presnell and Wattanachai Susaengrat and Kimberly H.M. O’Brien and Quynh-Ahn Nguyen and Vivian H Gersuk and Peter S. Linsley and Ganjana Lertmemongkolchai and Damien Chaussabel}, booktitle={Journal of Translational Medicine}, year={2013} }