Neonatal hyperoxia leads to persistent alterations in NK responses to influenza A virus infection.

@article{Reilly2015NeonatalHL,
  title={Neonatal hyperoxia leads to persistent alterations in NK responses to influenza A virus infection.},
  author={Emma Reilly and Kyle C Martin and Guang-bi Jin and Min Yee and Michael A O'reilly and B. Paige Lawrence},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={308 1},
  pages={L76-85}
}
Respiratory distress in preterm or low birth weight infants is often treated with supplemental oxygen. However, this therapy can disrupt normal lung development and architecture and alter responses to respiratory insults. Similarly, exposure of newborn mice to 100% oxygen during saccular lung development leads to permanent alveolar simplification, and upon… CONTINUE READING