Elevated faecal 12,13-diHOME concentration in neonates at high risk for asthma is produced by gut bacteria and impedes immune tolerance

Sophia R. Levan, Kelsey A. Stamnes, Din L. Lin, Ariane R. Panzer, Elle Fukui, Kathryn McCauley, Kei E. Fujimura, Michelle McKean, Dennis R. Ownby, Edward M. Zoratti, Homer A. Boushey, Michael D. Cabana, Christine C. Johnson, Susan V. Lynch

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