Transcriptomic responses from improved murine sepsis models can better mimic human surgical sepsis

Philip A. Efron*, Dijoia B. Darden, Zhongkai Wang, Dina C. Nacionales, Maria Cecilia Lopez, Russell B. Hawkins, Michael C. Cox, Jaimar C. Rincon, Ricardo Ungaro, Marvin L. Dirain, Gabriela L. Ghita, Tianmeng Chen, Timothy R. Billiar, Matthew J. Delano, Christiaan Leeuwenburgh, Azra Bihorac, Scott C. Brakenridge, Frederick A. Moore, Alicia M. Mohr, Ronald G. TompkinsBabette A. Brumback, Henry V. Baker, Gilbert R. Upchurch, Lyle L. Moldawer

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