Endogenous erythropoietin varies significantly with inflammation-related proteins in extremely premature newborns

J. Wells Logan, Elizabeth N. Allred, Raina N. Fichorova, Stephen Engelke, Olaf Dammann, Alan Leviton, Kathleen Lee, Anne McGovern, Jill Gambardella, Susan Ursprung, Ruth Blomquist, Bhavesh Shah, Karen Christianson, Camilia R. Martin, Linda J. Van Marter, Robert M. Insoft, Jennifer G. Wilson, Maureen Pimental, Cynthia Cole, John M. FiasconeJanet Madden, Ellen Nylen, Anne Furey, Francis Bednarek, Mary Naples, Beth Powers, Richard Ehrenkranz, Joanne Williams, Elaine Romano, T. Michael O'Shea, Debbie Gordon, Teresa Harold, Stephen C. Engelke, Sherry Moseley, Donna Pare, Carl Bose, Gennie Bose, Mariel Poortenga, Dinah Sutton, Carolyn Solomon, Nigel Paneth, Padmani Karna, Madeleine Lenski, Michael D. Schreiber, Grace Yoon, Daniel Batton, Beth Kring, Ken Wood, Deborah Hirtz

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