Alarmins MRP8 and MRP14 induce stress tolerance in phagocytes under sterile inflammatory conditions.

@article{Austermann2014AlarminsMA,
  title={Alarmins MRP8 and MRP14 induce stress tolerance in phagocytes under sterile inflammatory conditions.},
  author={Judith Austermann and Judith Friesenhagen and Selina Kathleen Fassl and Beatrix Petersen and Theresa Ortkras and Johanna Burgmann and Katarzyna Barczyk-Kahlert and Eugen Faist and Siegfried Zedler and Sabine Pirr and Christian Rohde and Carsten M{\"u}ller-Tidow and Maren von K{\"o}ckritz-Blickwede and Constantin von Kaisenberg and Stefanie B. Floh{\'e} and Thomas Ulas and Joachim L. Schultze and Johannes Roth and Thomas Vogl and Dorothee Viemann},
  journal={Cell reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={
          2112-23
        }
}

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