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    • Dynamic molecular changes during the first week of human life follow a robust developmental trajectory 

      Gill EE; Shannon C; Amenyogbe N; Ben-Othman R; Bennike TB*; Diray-Arce J; Idoko O; Lee AH; van Haren S; Pomat WS; Lê Cao K-A; Cox M; Darboe A; Falsafi R; Ferrari D; Harbeson D; He D; Hinshaw SH; Ndure J; Njie-Jobe J; MA Pettengill; Richmond PC; Ford R; Saleu G; Masiria G; Matlam JP; Kirarock W; Roberts E; Sanchez-Schmitz G; Singh A; Angelidou A; Smolen K; the EPIC Consortium; Brinkman R; Ozonoff A; Steen H; Hancock REW; Tebbutt SJ; van den Biggelaar AHJ; Kampmann B; Levy O; Kollmann TR (2019)
      Systems biology can unravel complex biology but has not been extensively applied to human newborns, a group highly vulnerable to a wide range of diseases. We optimized methods to extract transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic, ...