Epigenetic Mechanisms Determining Recovery of Immunostasis After Critical Insult
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Immunology, 2022
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This session seeks to enlighten critical care practitioners on epigenetic mechanisms that determine recovery of immunostasis after acute critical illness. Speakers will highlight research developments on trained immunity as a new strategy to improve perioperative outcomes.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Immunology
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Genetics
Year 2022
epigenetic mechanisms
immune system recovery
critical care insults
abnormalities in regulation
balanced immune system response
gene promoters


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