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Tyson Josey, T. (author), Ouellet, S. (author), Bieler, D. (author), Cernak, I. (author), Franke, A. (author), Gupta, R. (author), Kirkman, E. (author), Leggieri M.J., (author), Orru, H. (author), Philippens, M.M.G.M. (author), Risling, M. (author), Sarron, J.C. (author), Skriudalen, S. (author), Teland, J.A. (author), Watts, S. (author), Bjarnason, S. (author)
Discussions at a NATO Health Factors and Medicine Symposium 207 (HFM-SYM-207) revealed the importance of a systematic approach to understanding blast injuries much like the well-established approach used to solve the classical toxicology problem where the aetiology of the injury requires an understanding of the dose, mechanism of delivery of the...
conference paper 2019
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Bieler, D. (author), Cernak, I. (author), Martineau, L. (author), Bjarnason, S. (author), Franke, A. (author), Kirkman, E. (author), Leggieri, J. (author), Orru, H. (author), Ouellet, S. (author), Philippens, M.M.G.M. (author), Risling, M.G. (author), Sarron, J.C. (author), Skriudalen, S. (author), Teland, J.A. (author), Watts, S. (author), Gupta, R. (author)
Blast injuries are often caused by more than one mechanism, do not occur in isolation, and typically elicit a secondary multi-system response. Research efforts often do not separate blast injuries caused by blast waves from those caused by blunt force trauma and other mechanisms. 15 experts from nine different NATO nations developed in the HFM...
conference paper 2019
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Watts, S. (author), Kirkman, E. (author), Bieler, D. (author), Bjarnason, S. (author), Franke, A. (author), Gupta, R. (author), Leggieri, M.J. (author), Orru, H. (author), Ouellet, S. (author), Philippens, M.M.G.M. (author), Sarron, J.C. (author), Skriudalen, S. (author), Teland, J.A. (author), Risling, M. (author), Cernak, I. (author)
Blast injury is a very complex phenomenon and frequently results in multiple injuries. One method to investigate the consequences of blast injuries is with the use of living systems (animal models). The use of animals allows the examination and evaluation of injury mechanisms in a more controlled manner, allowing variables such as primary or...
conference paper 2019
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Michael, J. (author), Leggieri, Jr. (author), Bieler, D. (author), Bjarnason, S. (author), Cernak, I. (author), Franke, A. (author), Kirkman, E. (author), Martineau, L. (author), Orru, H. (author), Ouellet, S. (author), Philippens, M.M.G.M. (author), Risling, G. (author), Sarron, J.C. (author), Skriudalen, S. (author), Teland, J.A. (author), Watts, S. (author), Gupta, R.K. (author)
conference paper 2018
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End, C. (author), Bikker, F.J. (author), Renner, M. (author), Bergmann, G. (author), Lyer, S. (author), Blaich, S. (author), Hudler, M. (author), Helmke, B. (author), Gassler, N. (author), Autschbach, F. (author), Ligtenberg, A.J.M. (author), Benner, A. (author), Holmskov, U. (author), Schirmacher, P. (author), Nieuw Amerongen, A.V. (author), Rosenstiel, P. (author), Sina, C. (author), Franke, A. (author), Hafner, M. (author), Kioschis, P. (author), Schreiber, S. (author), Poustka, A. (author), Mollenhauer, J. (author)
Deleted in malignant brain tumors 1 (DMBT1) is a secreted glycoprotein displaying a broad bacterial-binding spectrum. Recent functional and genetic studies linked DMBT1 to the suppression of LPS-induced TLR4-mediated NF-kappaB activation and to the pathogenesis of Crohn's disease. Here, we aimed at unraveling the molecular basis of its function...
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