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Protein signature identifies those at highest risk from severe infection

Crick scientists have uncovered how a build-up of DNA molecules can impact the survival of people with severe COVID-19 or sepsis and have developed a tool that could help identify those most at risk.
21 Nov 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
Research buzz
Dying T cells in the spleen in a murine model of systemic candidiasis (fungal sepsis).
Dying T cells in the spleen in a murine model of systemic candidiasis (fungal sepsis).

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