The role of complement and Toll-like receptors in thromboinflammation
Paper I: Landsem, A., Fure, H., Christiansen, D., Nielsen, E.W., Østerud, B., Mollnes, T.E. & Brekke, O.L. (2015). The key roles of complement and tissue factor in Escherichia coli-induced coagulation in human whole blood. Clinical & Experimental Immunology, 182(1), 81-89. The paper is not available in Munin due to publisher restrictions. Available at https://doi.org/10.1111/cei.12663.
Paper II: Landsem, A, Fure, H., Mollnes, T.E., Nielsen, E.W. & Brekke, O.L. (2015). C1-inhibitor efficiently delays clot development in normal human whole blood and inhibits Escherichia coli-induced coagulation measured by thromboelastometry. Thrombosis Research, 143, 63-70. The paper is available in the thesis introduction. Also available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.thromres.2016.04.024.
Paper III: Landsem, A., Fure, H., Ludviksen, J.K., Christiansen, D., Lau, C., Mathisen, M.T. … Brekke, O.L. (2018). Complement component 5 does not interfere with physiologic hemostasis but is essential for Escherichia coli-induced coagulation accompanied by Toll-like receptor 4. Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 196(1), 97-110. Also available at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/14751.
Paper IV: Gustavsen, A, Nymo, S., Landsem, A., Christiansen, D., Ryan, L., Husebye, H. … Mollnes, T.E. (2016). Combined Inhibition of Complement and CD14 Attenuates Bacteria-Induced Inflammation in Human Whole Blood More Efficiently Than Antagonizing the Toll-like Receptor 4-MD2 Complex. The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 214(1), 140-150. Also available at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/10421.
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