Neutrophils and COVID-19: Nots, NETs, and knots

The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Carl Nathan

Abstract

The pace of the COVID-19 pandemic makes it timely to take stock of evidence for the involvement of neutrophils and NETs, to weigh the implications, and to increase efficiency in clinical trials.

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BETA
bronchoalveolar

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