Onset of human preterm and term birth is related to unique inflammatory transcriptome profiles at the maternal fetal interface

Radek Bukowski*, Yoel Sadovsky, Hani Goodarzi, Heping Zhang, Joseph R. Biggio, Michael Varner, Samuel Parry, Feifei Xiao, Sean M. Esplin, William Andrews, George R. Saade, John V. Ilekis, Uma M. Reddy, Donald A. Baldwin, Stephanie Wilson Archer, Rachel L. Copper, Pamela B. Files, Stacy L. Harris, Ian Blair, Rita LeiteGalveston Margaret L. Zimmerle, Janet L. Brandon, Sonia Jordan, Angela Jones, Kelly Vorwaller, Sharon Quinn, Valerie S. Morby, Kathleen N. Jolley, Julie A. Postma, Kei Hoi Cheung, Donna DelBasso, Xiaobo Guo, Buqu Hu, Hao Huang, Lina Jin, Analisa L. Lin, Charles C. Lu, Laura Ment, Lauren Perley, Laura Jeanne Simone, Dwight J. Rouse, Donna Allard, Ronald Wapner, Michelle Divito, Sabine Bousleiman, Vilmarie Carmona, Rosely Alcon, Katty Saravia, Luiza Kalemi, Alan M. Peaceman, on behalf of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Genomic and Proteomic Network for Preterm Birth Research

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