Bacterial-fungal interactions in the neonatal gut influence asthma outcomes later in life

  1. Rozlyn CT Boutin  Is a corresponding author
  2. Charisse Petersen
  3. Sarah E Woodward
  4. Antonio Serapio-Palacios
  5. Tahereh Bozorgmehr
  6. Rachelle Loo
  7. Alina Chalanuchpong
  8. Mihai Cirstea
  9. Bernard Lo
  10. Kelsey E Huus
  11. Weronika Barcik
  12. Meghan B Azad
  13. Allan B Becker
  14. Piush J Mandhane
  15. Theo J Moraes
  16. Malcolm R Sears
  17. Padmaja Subbarao
  18. Kelly M McNagny
  19. Stuart E Turvey
  20. Brett Finlay  Is a corresponding author
  1. University of British Columbia, Canada
  2. University of Manitoba, Canada
  3. University of Alberta, Canada
  4. The Hospital for Sick Children, Canada
  5. McMaster University, Canada
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  1. Rozlyn CT Boutin
  2. Charisse Petersen
  3. Sarah E Woodward
  4. Antonio Serapio-Palacios
  5. Tahereh Bozorgmehr
  6. Rachelle Loo
  7. Alina Chalanuchpong
  8. Mihai Cirstea
  9. Bernard Lo
  10. Kelsey E Huus
  11. Weronika Barcik
  12. Meghan B Azad
  13. Allan B Becker
  14. Piush J Mandhane
  15. Theo J Moraes
  16. Malcolm R Sears
  17. Padmaja Subbarao
  18. Kelly M McNagny
  19. Stuart E Turvey
  20. Brett Finlay
(2021)
Bacterial-fungal interactions in the neonatal gut influence asthma outcomes later in life
eLife 10:e67740.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.67740