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Prognostic MRS in neonatal encephalopathy: closer to generalizability

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This commentary was supported by NIH NINDS P01 HD085928 to M.C McKenna, C.F. Bearer and M. M. McCarthy and NIH NINDS P01 HD085928-01A15749 to J.W.

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Waddell, J. Prognostic MRS in neonatal encephalopathy: closer to generalizability. Pediatr Res 91, 486–487 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-021-01803-0

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