Neonates with Culture Proven Sepsis Have Lower Amounts and Percentage of CD45RA+ T Cells

@article{Aygun2008NeonatesWC,
  title={Neonates with Culture Proven Sepsis Have Lower Amounts and Percentage of CD45RA+ T Cells},
  author={A. Aygun and A. N. Kurt and A. Godekmerdan and A. Kurt and S. Akarsu and M. Kaya Gurgoze and E. Yılmaz},
  journal={Inflammation},
  year={2008},
  volume={31},
  pages={222-226}
}
  • A. Aygun, A. N. (Citak) Kurt, +4 authors E. Yılmaz
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Inflammation
  • To evaluate the expression of lymphocyte subsets in newborns diagnosed as culture proven or culture negative sepsis and to investigate the differentiation. The aim of this study is to explore neonatal immunology in newborns diagnosed as culture proven or culture negative neonatal sepsis and to identify their place in the diagnosis. This prospective study was performed in newborns who were diagnosed as neonatal sepsis and hospitalized in a tertiary care hospital and who were classified as… CONTINUE READING

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