Coordinated inflammation and coagulation are involved in a vast number of human diseases. The research aims to disclose the mechanism regulating inflammation and coagulation and roles of blood cells and extracellular vesicles in these prosesses. Human monocytes and lymphocytes, whole blood models, cell lines and patient samples are used as model systems together with upfront methodology to disclose new biomarkers.
Diagnostic accuracy and added value of infection biomarkers in patients with possible sepsis in the Emergency Department
Shock (in press)
Nonadherence by Serum Drug Analyses in Resistant Hypertension: 7-Year Follow-Up of Patients Considered Adherent by Directly Observed Therapy
J Am Heart Assoc, 11 (18), e025879
An international study on activated partial thromboplastin time prolongation. Part 2: Interpretative commenting
Clin Chim Acta, 535, 174-179 (in press)