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1 in every 5 deaths worldwide is associated with sepsis and it continues to affect almost 50 million people globally every year. While our understanding of the basic pathogenesis of sepsis has improved, major gaps remain in our knowledge and treatment options are limited and nonspecific. Novel strategies to targeting downstream pathways, robust experimental models and effective translational research are crucial for the development of treatments, which is the motivation for this special collection in Clinical Science, which will aim to collate the latest advances in preclinical sepsis research and potential therapeutic avenues.
Reflecting the broad multi-disciplinary scope of the journal, this collection will focus on the molecular pathways underlying sepsis from infection to the vascular, immunological, hematological, renal, neurological, and respiratory consequences, to post-sepsis syndrome. We welcome the submission of high-quality research papers using animal models and/or organoids linking basic science to mechanisms of sepsis and multi-organ dysfunction. 
Please contact the Editorial Office for any additional information and note that all submissions will be subject to the standard peer review process.

This special collection will be co-edited by the Clinical Science Editorial Board
We look forward to receiving your submissions. 
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