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Uncoupling of biological oscillators: A complementary hypothesis concerning the pathogenesis of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome

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Category
General Conference
author-supplied keywords
endotoxin
inflammatory response
multiple organ dysfunction
pathogenicity
septic shock
systemic inflammatory response syndrome
keywords
multiple organ dysfunction
authors
Paul J. Godin
Timothy G. Buchman
title
Uncoupling of biological oscillators: A complementary hypothesis concerning the pathogenesis of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome
type
generic
year
1996
source
Critical Care Medicine
pages
1107-1116
volume
24
issue
7
link
https://www.mendeley.com/catalogue/52399c27-1e5c-3cc1-96a1-ec2df34388b9/(1)

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Identifiers

  • doi: 10.1097/00003246-199607000-00008 (Google search)
  • issn: 00903493
  • sgr: 0029893535
  • pmid: 8674321
  • scopus: 2-s2.0-0029893535
  • pui: 26249359

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