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Pavlidis et al_Nat Comms_Data source

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PublisherEdinburgh DataShare
Date made available5 Dec 2019

Abstract

Data in support of publication: Cervical epithelial damage promotes Ureaplasma parvum ascending infection, intrauterine inflammation and preterm birth induction in mice. Nature Communications (manuscript accepted)

Data Citation

Pavlidis, Ioannis; Spiller, Owen B; Sammut Demarco, Gabriella; MacPherson, Heather; Howie, Sarah E M; Norman, Jane E; Stock, Sarah J. (2019). Pavlidis et al_Nat Comms_Data source, [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. Clinical Sciences. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/2719.

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