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| A Potential Role for the NOD1 Variant (rs6958571) in Gram-Positive Blood Stream Infection in ELBW Infants.
Neonatology 2017 Aug 112 (4): 354-358.
Sampath Venkatesh, Mulrooney Neil, Patel Aloka L, Cohen Jonathan, Zhang Liyun, Garland Jeffery, Lavoie Pascal M, Dagle John, Simpson Pip
| Association between genetic polymorphisms in the autophagy-related 5 gene promoter and the risk of sepsis.
Scientific reports 2017 Aug 7 (1): 9399.
Shao Yiming, Chen Feng, Chen Yuhua, Zhang Wenying, Lin Yao, Cai Yujie, Yin Zihan, Tao Shoubao, Liao Qinghui, Zhao Jianghao, Mai Hui, He Yanfang, He Junbing, Cui Li
| Association of autophagy-related 16-like 1 (ATG16L1) gene polymorphism with sepsis severity in patients with sepsis and ventilator-associated pneumonia.
European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases : official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology 2014 Sep 33 (9): 1609-14.
Savva A, Plantinga T S, Kotanidou A, Farcas M, Baziaka F, Raftogiannis M, Orfanos S E, Dimopoulos G, Netea M G, Giamarellos-Bourboulis E
| A CARD9 polymorphism is associated with decreased likelihood of persistent conjugated hyperbilirubinemia in intestinal failure.
PloS one 2014 9 (1): e85915.
Burghardt Karolina Maria, Avinashi Vishal, Kosar Christina, Xu Wei, Wales Paul W, Avitzur Yaron, Muise Alei
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