Clinical review: Sepsis and septic shock - the potential of gene arrays

@inproceedings{Wong2012ClinicalRS,
  title={Clinical review: Sepsis and septic shock - the potential of gene arrays},
  author={Hector R Wong},
  booktitle={Critical care},
  year={2012}
}
Over the past decade several investigators have applied microarray technology and related bioinformatic approaches to clinical sepsis and septic shock, thus allowing for an assessment of how, or if, this branch of genomic medicine has meaningfully impacted the field of sepsis research. The ability to simultaneously and efficiently measure the steady-state mRNA abundance of thousands of transcripts from a given tissue source (that is, 'transcriptomics') has provided an unprecedented opportunity… CONTINUE READING
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