Migration inhibitory factor in the cerebral and systemic endothelium in sepsis and malaria
Objective: We have included migration inhibitory factor (MIF) in an ongoing immunohistochemical study comparing the site and intensity of the generation of inflammatory mediators in falciparum malaria, sepsis, and other causes of pediatric death in Africa. We wanted to determine whether it could account for our observation that inducible nitric oxide synthase is less strongly induced in the cerebral, compared with the systemic, vasculature. Data Sources: Comparisons of tissue samples taken from...[Show more]
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