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Corrigendum: Shock-induced stress induces loss of microvascular endothelial Tie2 in the kidney which is not associated with reduced glomerular barrier function (vol 297, pg F272, 2009)

In vivo endothelial cell and neutrophil responses to shock

Age-dependent Role of Microvascular Endothelial and Polymorphonuclear Cells in Lipopolysaccharide-induced Acute Kidney Injury

Age Dependent Role of Microvascular Endothelial and Polymorphonuclear Cells in LPS Induced Renal Failure

Hemorrhagic Shock-induced Endothelial Cell Activation in a Spontaneous Breathing and a Mechanical Ventilation Hemorrhagic Shock Model Is Induced by a Proinflammatory Response and Not by Hypoxia

Increased renal microvascular endothelial responsiveness to LPS in aged mice

Adjunct Nitrous Oxide Normalizes Vascular Reactivity Changes after Hemorrhagic Shock in Mice under Isoflurane Anesthesia

Renal microvascular endothelial activation in a mouse model of hemorrhagic shock: is the neutrophil a key player in organ dysfunction?

Shock Induced Stress Induces Loss of Microvascular Endothelial Tie2 in the Kidney

Shock-induced stress induces loss of microvascular endothelial Tie2 in the kidney which is not associated with reduced glomerular barrier function

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