Sirtuins and Immuno-Metabolism of Sepsis

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septic shock 765 NC 27157, USAPublication date (epub): 9/2018Publication date (collection): 9/2018AbstractSepsis and septic shock are the leading causes of death in non-coronary intensive care units worldwide. During sepsis-associated
septic shock 1965 for promoting immunometabolic homeostasis and increasing sepsis survival.1. IntroductionSepsis and septic shock kill over 200,000 people each year and are the most expensive conditions in the U.S. with an annual
septic shock 2219 20–30 million patients are diagnosed and over eight million lives lost each year with sepsis and septic shock [[2]]. The early hyper-inflammatory phase transitions within hours to the late/hypo-inflammatory and
septic shock 10591 sepsis and other acute inflammatory injuries [[51],[52]]. Evidence suggests that T lymphocytes from septic shock patients exhibit decreased glycolysis, as well as glucose uptake along with lymphopenia via the mTOR-HIF-1α
septic shock 16728 Investigators are intrigued by the lack of structural damage to tissue/organs in patients with sepsis and septic shock despite functional dysregulation. The absence of severe organ cell damage during sepsis except mitochondrial
septic shock 42531 disease [[151],[154]].The role of SIRT7 in inflammatory conditions and particularly that in sepsis and septic shock is not very well defined yet. However, there is a growing body of evidence regarding numerous targets
septic shock 43038 immuno-metabolic response during acute inflammation. Departure from homeostasis, seen in sepsis and septic shock , occurs via dysregulation of sirtuin expression; sirtuin deficiency during hyper-inflammation and sustained

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