Neutrophil extracellular traps are pathogenic in primary graft dysfunction after lung transplantation

David M. Sayah*, Beñat Mallavia, Fengchun Liu, Guadalupe Ortiz-Muñoz, Axelle Caudrillier, Ariss DerHovanessian, David J. Ross, Joseph P. Lynch, Rajan Saggar, Abbas Ardehali, Lorraine B. Ware, Jason D. Christie, John A. Belperio, Mark R. Looney, Steven M. Kawut, Edward Cantu, Joshua Diamond, Rupal Shah, Ejigayehu Demissie, Robert M. KotloffVivek N. Ayha, James Lee, Denis Hadjiliadis, Melanie Ruschefski, David J. Lederer, Selim M. Arcasoy, Joshua R. Sonett, Jessie Wilt, Frank D'Ovidio, Matthew Bacchetta, Hilary Robbins, Lori Shah, Nilani Ravichandran, Nadine Al-Naamani, Nisha Philip, Debbie Rybak, Matthew Lippell, Shefali Sanyal, Michael Koeckert, Amisha Desai, Megan Larkin, Brian Lim, Justin Shin, Robert Sorabella, Stephanie Logan, Ann Weinacker, Gundeep Dillon, Susan Spencer Jacobs, Val Scott, Sangeeta Bhorade, Lung Transplant Outcomes Group Investigators

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