Immune and inflammatory responses in sudden infant death syndrome.


Infancy is a time of unparalleled infection exposure. Coming from the privilege of the uterus, the newborn infant must make appropriate immune responses following infection that eliminates the infection but protects the host. There is evidence that in sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) subjects there is a background of recent 'trivial' infection and… (More)


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