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Ashley Nichole Simmons was born in Columbus, Ohio, on February 5, 1986. She grew up in West Lafayette, Ohio, with her two older brothers. During high school, she was the homecoming queen and a varsity cheerleader. She also ran track and was a member of the drama club. After graduating high school, she studied radiology part-time at college while starting her wrestling career on the independent circuit. She later saw a poster for a local promotion, contacted the promoter, and began training soon after. She left college to pursue a full-time wrestling career, having had a 4.0 GPA at the time of leaving. After completing her training under Jeff Cannon, she began her wrestling career in her home state of Ohio. Her first match took place in her former high school and was refereed by former WWE Diva Ivory.
Under the ring name Lexi Lane, she made her debut for Ohio Championship Wrestling (OCW) on March 13, 2005, event in Coshocton, Ohio, where she teamed up with trainer Jeff Cannon in a losing effort to Cruz Sangria and Jayme Braxton in a mixed tag team match. The following month, Lane made her singles match debut and defeated Jayme Braxton with Ivory as the special guest referee. At the June 18, 2005, event, Lane defeated Brian Biggs in an intergender match. The following month, Lane competed against Jayme Braxton, losing to her twice. At the OCW event on August 13, Lane teamed up with Scotty Sabre in a winning effort against Jayme Braxton and Matt Masonalso in a mixed tag team match. On November 12, Lane defeated Hailey Hatred in a singles match. On February 11, Lane competed against Shantelle Taylor in a winning effort. On the March 11, Lane unsuccessfully challenged Shark Boy for the OCW Cruiserweight Championship in a five-person match, which was won by Vic Montana. On May 12 and 13, Lane competed against Heather Owens in a losing effort.
On the November 29 episode of Impact!, Rayne returned as a heel in a three-way match between herself, Laurel Van Ness and K. C. Spinelli in a losing effort.Rayne once again returned on the May 17 episode of Impact! on commentary during a knockouts match between Tessa Blanchard and Kiera Hogan. After the match, Madison Rayne came down to the ring to save Hogan from the assault by Tessa Blanchard. On the May 31 episode of Impact!, she defeated Blanchard. At Slammiversary XVI, she unsuccessfully challenged Su Yung for the Impact Knockouts Championship. On August 24, 2018, Rayne's profile on Impact's website was moved to the alumni section.
Gennie debuted in wrestling on February 29, 2000, in Hardcore Wrestling Federation in Ontario, Canada, and she wrestled in various independent promotions around Canada under the ring name Angel Williams. Her all-time favorite wrestler Shawn Michaels was her inspiration to get into wrestling. She was first a valet for various wrestlers such as Chris Sabin and Eric Young, and then began in-ring training under Rob Fuego.
Williams was working for promotions in the United States when World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) scouted her, and invited her to a tryout in June 2004. In November, she trained at WWE's then-developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), and WWE signed her to a contract in late 2004. She was assigned to wrestle and train in another WWE developmental territory, Deep South Wrestling (DSW). Williams began managing Johnny Parisi in the summer of 2005. On the September 8, 2005, episode of DSW TV, Williams made her in-ring debut by defeating Michelle McCool. On September 22, Williams was scheduled to wrestle against McCool, but MCcool never showed up. Instead Daisy Mae came out, challenged Williams and Williams defeated Mae in a singles match. At the February 9, 2006, episode of DSW TV, Williams participated in the first ever Bikini Contest in DSW. She did not reveal her bikini because Palmer Cannon interrupted, which led to a match, where Love managed Cannon against Tommy Dreamer. On February 28, she underwent knee surgery in Birmingham, Alabama to repair a torn ACL. After almost seven months of rehab, she stepped back into the ring at a DSW TV taping. At the beginning of November 2006, Williams started managing The Gymini, but The Gymini were released from their contracts in January 2007.
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Angelina LoveOverview · Gallery · Magazines · Merchandise · ToysRing namesAngel WilliamsAngelCanadian AngelAngelina Love Height5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)Weight118 lbs (54 kg)BornSeptember 13, 1981 (1981-09-13) (age 41)Birth PlaceToronto, Ontario, CanadaResidesTampa, FloridaBilled fromToronto, Ontario, CanadaTrainerBill DeMottRob FuegoDebutAugust 2000Lauren Richards (née Williams) (September 13, 1981) is a Canadian professional wrestler best known for her time with Impact Wrestling under the ring name Angelina Love, where she became a record-setting former six-time Knockouts Championship. Love is also a former one-time Knockouts Tag Team Champion with Winter.
Williams debuted in wrestling in 2000, working independent promotions around Canada. Her all-time favorite wrestler Shawn Michaels was her inspiration to get into wrestling. She was first a valet for various wrestlers such as Chris Sabin and Eric Young and then began to train under Rob Fuego to become a wrestler, as well. Williams briefly worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) in 2004, mainly wrestling on TNA Xplosion against Trinity.
She was working for promotions around America when World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) spotted her, and invited her to a tryout in June 2004. In November she trained at Ohio Valley Wrestling, and WWE signed her to a developmental contract in late 2004. She was assigned to wrestle and train in Deep South Wrestling (DSW), one of WWE's developmental territories. Williams began managing Johnny Parisi in the summer of 2005. On September 8, 2005, Williams won her first match in Deep South by defeating Michelle McCool. On September 22, Williams was scheduled to wrestle against McCool, but Michelle never showed up. Instead Daisy Mae came out and challenged Williams. Williams was injured at the February 9, 2006 DSW TV Tapings, but she still managed to participate in the first ever Bikini Contest in DSW. She did not reveal her bikini because Palmer Cannon interrupted, which led to a match that featured him and Tommy Dreamer. During the match she could not physically get involved, so she walked backstage. On February 28, 2006, she underwent knee surgery in Birmingham, Alabama to repair her torn ACL. After almost seven months of rehab, she stepped back into the ring at a DSW TV taping. At the beginning of November 2006, Williams started managing The Gymini, but The Gymini were released from their contracts in January 2007. Williams then got in a feud with General Manager of DSW, Krissy Vaine, after she made Williams lose her matches due to distractions by other Deep South Divas. At one point Williams had enough and even attacked Vaine in her office. At the March 15, 2007 Deep South TV Tapings Williams aligned herself again with Vaine and was promoted the Co-GM of Deep South Wrestling.When Deep South Wrestling shut down in April, Williams was moved to Ohio Valley Wrestling. Williams made her Ohio Valley Wrestling debut in a dark match at the May 16, 2007 television taping in Louisville, Kentucky, defeating Serena. She was released from her developmental contract one day later.
ARDS, with a mortality rate of approximately 50%, is the most severe form of acute lung injury and affects more than one million people per year worldwide (32, 77). No effective therapies for ARDS currently exist, making it a major challenge for critical-care medicine. The first phase of ARDS is the exudative phase, presenting with diffuse alveolar damage (DAD), inflammation, proteinaceous edema, hyaline membrane formation, and severe hypoxia. This may progress to a second phase of ARDS, the organizing phase, characterized by pulmonary fibrosis. In addition to SARS-CoV, viruses that can cause ARDS include influenza virus, respiratory syncytial virus, adenovirus, varicella zoster virus, human metapneumovirus, and hantavirus (5, 12, 34, 37, 38, 47, 69). Mice infected with select strains of SARS-CoV or influenza virus serve as models for the initial exudative phase of ARDS (63, 64, 80), but these animals do not develop pathology consistent with later ARDS phases, and there are few infection systems that serve as models of pulmonary fibrosis (75). Instead, most studies focused on pulmonary fibrosis utilize the bleomycin model, which does not recapitulate the effects of a viral inducer of the disease (50).
Previous gene expression studies of SARS-CoV in model systems have provided some insight into the mechanism of pathogenesis. Initial studies using macaques infected with sublethal inoculums revealed a strong innate immune response that corresponded with peak viral replication and a later proliferative response associated with increased expression of cell-division genes and the healing of the damaged tissue (17). Further studies of lethal SARS-CoV infection in aged mice revealed an accelerated upregulation of acute-phase response genes associated with ARDS, including the cytokines interleukin-1 beta (IL-1β), IL-6, and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α) (63). However, infection with clinical isolates of SARS-CoV did not cause significant lung disease in young mice and resulted in delayed upregulation of immune response genes compared with the results seen with aged mice. To enable routine studies of SARS-CoV pathogenesis, mouse-adapted SARS-CoV strains have been developed using serial passage techniques (16, 52, 62). The first of these strains, designated rMA15 (representing a recombinant mouse-adapted SARS-CoV), contains 6 mutations with respect to the Urbani clinical isolate of SARS-CoV (62). Both young and aged mice infected with rMA15 develop lung pathology, and several strains of mice succumb to infection. Using this virus, we have been able to infect young mice and elicit ARDS pathophysiology (61). 2b1af7f3a8