Two New Neutrophil Subsets Define a Discriminating Sepsis Signature.
Meghraoui-Kheddar A, Chousterman BG, Guillou N, Barone SM, Granjeaud S, Vallet H, Corneau A, Guessous K, de Roquetaillade C, Boissonnas A, Irish JM, Combadière C
Sepsis is the leading cause of death in adult intensive care units. At present, sepsis diagnosis relies on non-specific clinical features. It could transform clinical care to have immune cell biomarkers that could predict sepsis diagnosis and guide treatment. For decades, neutrophil phenotypes have been studied in sepsis, but a diagnostic cell subset has yet to be identified.Lire l‘article