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Release of interleukin-12 in experimental Escherichia coli septic shock in baboons: relation to plasma levels of interleukin-10 and interferon- gamma
PM Jansen, TC van der Pouw Kraan, IW de Jong, G van Mierlo, J Wijdenes, AA Chang, LA Aarden, FB Jr. Taylor, CE Hack
Blood (1996) 87 (12): 5144–5151.
Inhibition of factor XII in septic baboons attenuates the activation of complement and fibrinolytic systems and reduces the release of interleukin-6 and neutrophil elastase
Blood (1996) 87 (6): 2337–2344.
Role of free protein S and C4b binding protein in regulating the coagulant response to Escherichia coli
Blood (1995) 86 (7): 2642–2652.
Anticoagulant and fibrinolytic activities are promoted, not retarded, in vivo after thrombin generation in the presence of a monoclonal antibody that inhibits activation of protein C
Blood (1992) 79 (7): 1720–1728.
DEGR-factor Xa blocks disseminated intravascular coagulation initiated by Escherichia coli without preventing shock or organ damage
Blood (1991) 78 (2): 364–368.
Protein S is a cofactor for activated protein C neutralization of an inhibitor of plasminogen activation released from platelets
Blood (1987) 69 (1): 231–237.