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Influenza’s signature move

Nature Immunologyvolume 19pages518520 (2018) | Download Citation

Analysis of whole-blood transcriptional profiles in adults hospitalized with influenza reveals time- and severity-related gene-expression signatures.

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  1. Epigenetics Discovery Performance Unit, Oncology and Immunoinflammation Therapy Area Units, GSK Medicines Research Centre, Stevenage, UK

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