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Reports of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Infectious diseases such as ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) are one of the serious problems in intensive care units (ICU) of hospitals. To date, there has been no appropriate clinical and diagnostic marker for early detection of this disease. In this study, expression of PIK3R3 and ATp2A1 genes in patients with VAP were assessed to be used as biomarkers to identify and confirm the disease. Methods: This study was conducted by using peripheral blood samples of 60 individuals, including 30fatcat:43y2qakhwjbjthp7aepf3r7njq