Published in Blood Weekly, February 13th, 2003
"Gelsolin is a highly conserved actin-binding protein normally present in plasma that may serve a basic physiological role in limiting acute lung injury of diverse etiologies," explained M. J. Dinubile and colleagues at Merck Research Laboratories, who "hypothesized that depletion of circulating gelsolin following HSCT might play a permissive role in the pathogenesis of IPS."
"Plasma gelsolin levels were measured by immunoblotting in frozen samples obtained weekly...
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