Bacterial Endotoxin in Human Disease
by Michael H. Silverman, Marc J. Ostro
Publisher: BioStrategics Consulting 2013
Number of pages: 35
How advances in understanding the role of Gram-negative bacteria and endotoxin in infectious diseases and complications may improve the development of diagnostic and treatment options. This paper challenges the current understanding in this field.
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