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Long noncoding RNAs: A Potential Target In Sepsis-induced Cellular Disorder
Experimental Cell Research
Sepsis, an inflammation-related clinical syndrome, is characterized by disrupted immune homeostasis accompanied by infection and multiple organ dysfunction as determined by the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA). Substantial evidence has recently suggested that lncRNAs orchestrate various biological processes in diseases, and lncRNAs play special roles in the diagnosis and management of sepsis. To date, very few reviews have provided clear and comprehensive clues to demonstrate thedoi:10.1016/j.yexcr.2021.112756 pmid:34384779 fatcat:rz2ygh2bardp7nxa3fmaygai5q