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Breast milk-derived extracellular vesicle microRNAs are associated with maternal asthma and atopy. Supplementary data

posted on 2022-05-31, 09:01 authored by Alison G. Lee, Rosalind J. Wright, Robert O. Wright, Andrea A. Baccarelli, Rodosthenis S. Rodosthenous, Elena Colicino, Anne K. Bozack, Tessa R. Bloomquist

Spreadsheet S1: 752 known microRNAs measured in breast milk-derived EVs, and number and percent of samples in which microRNAs passed quality control (CQ). For microRNAs that passed QC in at least 50% of samples, normalized ΔCq values were calcualted. 


Figure S1: Flowchart of mother-infant pairs with breast milk collected and included in microRNA analyses.

Supplemental methods:   

Classification of maternal asthma   

Classification of maternal atopy


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