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Rutai 2019 ShockPMID: 31318833Rutai A, Fejes R, Juhász L, Tallósy SP, Poles MZ, Földesi I, Mészáros AT, Szabó A, Boros M, Kaszaki J (2019) Endothelin A and B receptors: Potential pargets for microcirculatory-mitochondrial therapy in experimental sepsis. Shock 54:87-95.2019
Jang 2018 ShockPMID: 29905672Jang DH, Orloski CJ, Owiredu S, Shofer FS, Greenwood JC, Eckmann DM (2018) Alterations in mitochondrial function in blood cells obtained from patients with sepsis presenting to an emergency department. Shock 51:580-84.2018
Clere-Jehl 2018 ShockPMID: 29461465Clere-Jehl R, Helms J, Kassem M, Le Borgne P, Delabranche X, Charles AL, Geny B, Meziani F, Bilbault P (2018) Septic shock alters mitochondrial respiration of lymphoid cell-lines and human peripheral blood mononuclear cells: the role of plasma. Shock 51:97-104.2018
Bohanon 2017 ShockPMID: 28682939Bohanon FJ, Lopez ON, Herndon DN, Wang X, Bhattarai N, Ayadi AE, Prasai A, Jay JW, Rojas-Khalil Y, Toliver-Kinsky TE, Finnerty CC, Radhakrishnan RS, Porter C (2017) Burn trauma acutely increases the respiratory capacity and function of liver mitochondria. Shock 49:466-73.2017
Rontoyanni 2017 ShockPMID: 29206761Rontoyanni VG, Malagaris I, Herndon DN, Rivas E, Capek KD, Delgadillo AD, Bhattarai N, Elizondo A, Voigt CD, Finnerty CC, Suman OE, Porter C (2017) Skeletal muscle mitochondrial function is determined by burn severity, sex and sepsis, and is associated with glucose metabolism and functional capacity in burned children. Shock 50:141-48.2017
Karlsson 2016 ShockPMID: 26536202Karlsson M, Hara N, Morata S, Sjövall F, Kilbaugh T, Hansson MJ, Uchino H, Elmér E (2016) Diverse and tissue-specific mitochondrial respiratory response in a mouse model of sepsis-induced multiple organ failure. Shock 45:404-10.2016
Hansen 2015 ShockPMID: 26529656Hansen ME, Simmons KJ, Tippetts TS, Thatcher MO, Saito RR, Hubbard ST, Trumbull AM, Parker BA, Taylor OJ, Bikman BT (2015) Lipopolysaccharide disrupts mitochondrial physiology in skeletal muscle via disparate effects on sphingolipid metabolism. Shock 44:585-92.2015
Porter 2015 ShockPMID: 26009824Porter C, Herndon DN, Bhattarai N, Ogunbileje JO, Szczesny B, Szabo C, Toliver-Kinsky T, Sidossis LS (2015) Severe burn injury induces thermogenically functional mitochondria in murine white adipose tissue. Shock 44:258-64.2015
Karamercan 2013 ShockPMID: 24088987 Open AccessKaramercan MA, Weiss SL, Villarroel JP, Guan Y, Werlin E, Figueredo R, Becker LB, Sims C (2013) Can peripheral blood mononuclear cells be used as a proxy for mitochondrial dysfunction in vital organs during hemorrhagic shock and resuscitation? Shock 40:476-84.2013
Groeger 2012 ShockPMID: 22777116Groeger M, Matallo J, McCook O, Wagner F, Wachter U, Bastian O, Gierer S, Reich V, Stahl B, Huber-Lang M, Szabó C, Georgieff M, Radermacher P, Calzia E, Wagner K (2012) Temperature and cell-type dependency of sulfide effects on mitochondrial respiration. Shock 38:367-74.2012
Duvigneau 2010 ShockPMID: 19503022Duvigneau JC, Kozlov AV, Zifko C, Postl A, Hartl RT, Miller I, Gille L, Staniek K, Moldzio R, Gregor W, Haindl S, Behling T, Redl H, Bahrami Sl (2010) Reperfusion does not induce oxidative stress but sustained endoplasmic reticulum stress in livers of rats subjected to traumatic/hemorrhagic shock. Shock 33:289-98.2010
Schneeberger 2008 ShockPMID: 18317412Schneeberger S, Kuznetsov AV, Seiler R, Renz O, Meusburger H, Mark W, Brandacher G, Margreiter R, Gnaiger E (2008) Mitochondrial ischemia-reperfusion injury of the transplanted rat heart: improved protection by preservation versus cardioplegic solutions. Shock 30:365-71.2008