Neutrophil CD64 molecule expression can predict bloodstream infection in septic shock patients

Petra Rogina 1 , David Stubljar 2 , Tatjana Lejko Zupanc 3 , Alojz Ihan 2 ,  and Miha Skvarc 2
  • 1 General Hospital Novo mesto, Novo mesto, Slovenia
  • 2 Institute of Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • 3 Department of Infectious Diseases and Febrile Illnesses, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Petra Rogina, David Stubljar, Tatjana Lejko Zupanc, Alojz Ihan and Miha Skvarc

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