Do plasma levels of circulating soluble adhesion molecules differ between surviving and nonsurviving critically ill patients?

@article{Boldt1995DoPL,
  title={Do plasma levels of circulating soluble adhesion molecules differ between surviving and nonsurviving critically ill patients?},
  author={Joachim Boldt and M. Wollbr{\"u}ck and Diane M. Kuhn and L. C. Linke and Gunter Hempelmann},
  journal={Chest},
  year={1995},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={
          787-92
        }
}
Adhesion molecules appear to play a central role in tissue damage secondary to inflammatory response. Besides various neutrophil- and endothelial-bound adhesion molecules, soluble forms of endothelial-derived adhesion molecules have been detected in the circulating blood in recent years. They seem to be good markers of endothelial damage, but their importance in the critically ill has not been definitely elucidated yet. Plasma levels of circulating (soluble) adhesion molecules (endothelial… CONTINUE READING

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