Explains senior author Carl J.

.. Appears in the journal Nature to to insights eventually lead to new strategies in the treatment of trauma and the development of new tests to help doctors between infectious and non – infectious inflammation differ. – The vital organs can dysfunctional when traumatic injury triggers the systemic inflammatory response syndrome, or SIRS, explains senior author Carl J. Trauma and critical care surgery specialist at BIDMC and Visiting Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School. Trauma kill 5 to 10,000 people every year worldwide and among U.S. Persons under 35 years, combined trauma accounts for more deaths than all other diseases.

In addition to Hauser, coauthors include BIDMC investigators Qin Zhang, Mustafa Raoof, Yu Chen, Yuka Sumi, Tolga Sursal, Wolfgang Junger, and Kiyoshi Itagaki and Karim Brohi of Queen Mary University of London.

Hypothesis hypothesis, the investigators were the first mitochondrial DNA examined blood samples from from a large group of patients who had suffered multiple traumas won. As predicted, they found that mtDNA levels were increased but surprisingly, they found that the level – often thousands of times above normal levels.The researchers found the follows prevalence of mutant the BRCA1 gene – Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry women with 8.3 percent – 3.5 percent of Hispanic women – None-Hispanic white female without Ashkenazi Jewish origin 2.2 percent – African American women 1.3 percent – Asian American women, 0.5 percent.

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