Subject Areas on Research
- After 62 years of regulating immunity, dexamethasone meets COVID-19.
- Circulating mitochondria in deceased organ donors are associated with immune activation and early allograft dysfunction.
- Damage- and pathogen-associated molecular patterns play differential roles in late mortality after critical illness.
- Damage-Associated Molecular Patterns Induce Inflammatory Injury During Machine Preservation of the Liver: Potential Targets to Enhance a Promising Technology.
- Divergent Roles of Epithelium-Derived Alarmins in Notch Signaling-Deficient Skin.
- Extracellular Mitochondrial DNA and N-Formyl Peptides in Trauma and Critical Illness: A Systematic Review.
- Immunothrombotic Activity of Damage-Associated Molecular Patterns and Extracellular Vesicles in Secondary Organ Failure Induced by Trauma and Sterile Insults.
- Inflammation and thrombosis: roles of neutrophils, platelets and endothelial cells and their interactions in thrombus formation during sepsis.
- Neuroinflammation after surgery: from mechanisms to therapeutic targets.
- Nucleic acid scavenging microfiber mesh inhibits trauma-induced inflammation and thrombosis.
- Polymer-Mediated Inhibition of Pro-invasive Nucleic Acid DAMPs and Microvesicles Limits Pancreatic Cancer Metastasis.
- Targeting DAMPs with nucleic acid scavengers to treat lupus.
- The Alarmin Properties of DNA and DNA-associated Nuclear Proteins.
- The Cutaneous Wound Innate Immunological Microenvironment.
- Toll-like receptor activation as a biomarker in traumatically injured patients.
- Using oncolytic viruses to ignite the tumour immune microenvironment in bladder cancer.