ARTICLE ARCHIVE: COVID-19 IN THE LITERATURE
A reorganized collection of NETosis-related COVID-19 information for the scientific community
WHO WE ARE
We are a team of researchers, ranging from undergraduate and graduate students to post-doctoral associates at SickKids Hospital, affiliated with the University of Toronto. We hope to identify the mechanism of NETosis, drugs that treat NET-related diseases, and the roles of collectins in inflammation.
WHAT WE DO
Our goal is to synthesize scientific information (publications) on NETosis, COVID-19, and autoimmunity to provide an up-to-date, organized, and publicly accessible archive of journal articles.
NETosis and autoimmunity
Increasing evidence has shown that NETosis plays a pathogenic role in the development of autoimmune diseases, such as Lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
NETosis and COVID-19
Over-reaction of the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 is a major player in exacerbating the symptoms of COVID-19. NETosis is believed to play a role in inducing further inflammation and recruitment of immune cells and cause collateral damage to the host.
Links to relevant archives and other resources.