RNA transcriptional biosignature analysis for identifying febrile infants with serious bacterial infections in the emergency department: A feasibility study

Prashant Mahajan*, Nathan Kuppermann, Nicolas Suarez, Asuncion Mejias, Charlie Casper, J. Michael Dean, Octavio Ramilo, E. Powell, D. Levine, M. Tunik, L. Nigrovic, G. Roosevelt, L. Bjaj, E. Alpern, L. Browne, S. Atabaki, R. Ruddy, J. Hoyle, D. Borgialli, E. CrainS. Blumberg, J. Anders, B. Bonsu, D. Cohen, P. Dayan, R. Greenberg, D. Jaffe, J. Muenzar, A. Cruz, L. Tzimenatos, R. Gattu, A. Rodgers, A. Brayer, K. Lillis, Febrile Infant Working Group for the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN)

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