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Good, M., Chu, T., Shaw, P. et al. Global hypermethylation of intestinal epithelial cells is a hallmark feature of neonatal surgical necrotizing enterocolitis. Clin Epigenet 12, 190 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13148-020-00983-6
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Good, Misty; Chu, Tianjiao; Shaw, Patricia; McClain, Lora; Chamberlain, Austin; Castro, Carlos; Rimer, Jamie M; Mihi, Belgacem; Gong, Qingqing; Nolan, Lila S; Cooksey, Krista; Linneman, Laura; Agrawal, Pranjal; Finegold, David N; and Peters, David, "Global hypermethylation of intestinal epithelial cells is a hallmark feature of neonatal surgical necrotizing enterocolitis." Clinical Epigenetics. 12, 1. 190 (2020).