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hyperinflammatory

Definitions

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  • adj. Very inflammatory

Etymologies

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From hyper- +‎ inflammatory

Examples

  • Sometimes tissue damage or an infection can trigger the body to mount a strong immune response known as a hyperinflammatory response.

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  • The researchers wanted to investigate the hyperinflammatory response to identify related factors that could be targeted by potential new treatments.

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  • White blood cellsare involved in the hyperinflammatory response. the researchers grew mouse macrophages (one type of white blood cell) in a laboratory, activating them by exposing them to bacterial molecules that provoke an immune response.

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  • The researchers 'initial experiments suggested that histones were involved in the hyperinflammatory response, and that the drug used to treat sepsis might be having an effect by breaking down these proteins.

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  • This finding suggested that the histones might be involved in the hyperinflammatory response and so the researchers concentrated on this group of proteins in their experiments.

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  • Inflammation is an important response to immune challenges, such as infection and injury, but skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema are associated with hyperinflammatory reactions (excessive inflammation).

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