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This work was supported by a grant (PI08/1366) from the Instituto de Salud Carlos III cofounded by the European Regional Development Fund.

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A.G.-A. and S.A. conceived and supervised the answer. R.B. wrote the answer and S.A. and A.G.-A. critically revised the manuscript. C.T. performed the statistical analysis. All authors reviewed the article for intellectual content and approved the manuscript.

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Balada, R., Tebé, C., Alcántara, S. et al. Reply to “The use of gene expression as disease stratification tool of neonatal encephalopathy”. Pediatr Res (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-020-01210-x

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