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overview Dr. Mutlu is Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Section of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Chicago. He is also the principal investigator/director of the NIH T32 Research training in respiratory biology. Dr. Mutlu's research focuses on the mechanisms of acute lung injury, and pulmonary fibrosis. Specifically, his laboratory is interested in understanding the role of macrophage and fibroblast metabolism including mitochondria in the pathogenesis of acute lung injury and pulmonary fibrosis. Dr. Mutlu's laboratory has extensive expertise with in vitro cell based methods including bioenergetics and in vivo models of acute lung injury (influenza, LPS, bacterial pneumonia and particulate matter) and pulmonary fibrosis (bleomycin).

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Concept Ventilator-Induced Lung Injury
Concept Lung Injury
Academic Article Epithelial cell death is an important contributor to oxidant-mediated acute lung injury.
Academic Article Lung-specific loss of the laminin a3 subunit confers resistance to mechanical injury.
Academic Article Electroporation-mediated gene transfer of the Na+,K+ -ATPase rescues endotoxin-induced lung injury.
Academic Article Leptin resistance protects mice from hyperoxia-induced acute lung injury.
Academic Article Mechanisms of pulmonary edema clearance.
Academic Article Intratracheal administration of influenza virus is superior to intranasal administration as a model of acute lung injury.
Academic Article Incidence and outcomes of acute lung injury.
Academic Article Acute lung injury does not impair adenoviral-mediated gene transfer to the alveolar epithelium.
Academic Article Acute hyperoxic lung injury does not impede adenoviral-mediated alveolar gene transfer.
Academic Article Suppression of inflammation and acute lung injury by Miz1 via repression of C/EBP-d.
Academic Article Beta-catenin/T-cell factor signaling is activated during lung injury and promotes the survival and migration of alveolar epithelial cells.
Academic Article Keratinocyte growth factor expression is suppressed in early acute lung injury/acute respiratory distress syndrome by smad and c-Abl pathways.
Academic Article Predictors of acute lung injury and severe hypoxemia in patients undergoing operative talc pleurodesis.
Academic Article Reply: ?2-agonists and acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Academic Article Alcohol worsens acute lung injury by inhibiting alveolar sodium transport through the adenosine A1 receptor.
Academic Article ?2-agonists and acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Academic Article Flow cytometric analysis of macrophages and dendritic cell subsets in the mouse lung.
Academic Article Balancing the risks and benefits of oxygen therapy in critically III adults.
Academic Article Effects of body temperature on ventilator-induced lung injury.
Academic Article Potential genetic therapies for acute lung injury.
Academic Article Asef mediates HGF protective effects against LPS-induced lung injury and endothelial barrier dysfunction.
Academic Article Oxidized phospholipids protect against lung injury and endothelial barrier dysfunction caused by heat-inactivated Staphylococcus aureus.
Academic Article Experimental Lung Injury Reduces Kr?ppel-like Factor 2 to Increase Endothelial Permeability via Regulation of RAPGEF3-Rac1 Signaling.
Academic Article Alveolar Epithelial Cells Burn Fat to Survive Acute Lung Injury.
Academic Article Update in Critical Care 2020.

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