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  1. A dynamic COVID-19 immune signature includes associations with poor prognosis

    Laing, A. G., Lorenc, A., del Molino del Barrio, I., Das, A., Fish, M., Monin, L., Muñoz-Ruiz, M., McKenzie, D. R., Hayday, T. S., Francos-Quijorna, I., Kamdar, S., Joseph, M., Davies, D., Davis, R., Jennings, A., Zlatareva, I., Vantourout, P., Wu, Y., Sofra, V., Cano, F. & 30 others, Greco, M., Theodoridis, E., Freedman, J., Gee, S., Chan, J. N. E., Ryan, S., Bugallo-Blanco, E., Peterson, P., Kisand, K., Haljasmägi, L., Chadli, L., Moingeon, P., Martinez, L., Merrick, B., Bisnauthsing, K., Brooks, K., Ibrahim, M. A. A., Mason, J., Lopez Gomez, F., Babalola, K., Abdul-Jawad, S., Cason, J., Mant, C., Seow, J., Graham, C., Doores, K. J., Di Rosa, F., Edgeworth, J., Shankar-Hari, M. & Hayday, A. C., 1 Oct 2020, In : Nature Medicine. 26, 10, p. 1623-1635 13 p.

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