Innate immune response to pulmonary contusion: identification of cell type-specific inflammatory responses.

Abstract

Lung injury from pulmonary contusion is a common traumatic injury, predominantly seen after blunt chest trauma, such as in vehicular accidents. The local and systemic inflammatory response to injury includes activation of innate immune receptors, elaboration of a variety of inflammatory mediators, and recruitment of inflammatory cells to the injured lung… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/SHK.0b013e3182478478

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@article{Hoth2012InnateIR, title={Innate immune response to pulmonary contusion: identification of cell type-specific inflammatory responses.}, author={Jason J. Hoth and Jonathan David Wells and Barbara K Yoza and Charles E McCall}, journal={Shock}, year={2012}, volume={37 4}, pages={385-91} }