Current work and future possibilities for the management of severe influenza: Using immunomodulatory agents that target the host response
In this article, we argue the case that the excessive inflammatory response seen in severe influenza contributes to severe illness and death by disabling oxidative phosphorylation in mitochondria, leading to reduced cellular levels of ATP. When the mitochondrial permeability transition is induced, cells cannot die by apoptosis in the face of reduced ATP levels, because apoptosis depends upon ATP availability, and so cells undergo necrosis. Cellular necrosis causes release of proinflammatory...[Show more]
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