Early-life influenza A (H1N1) infection independently programs brain connectivity, HPA AXIS and tissue-specific gene expression profiles

Myriam P. Merz, Snehaa V. Seal, Nathalie Grova, Sophie Mériaux, Pauline Guebels, Georgia Kanli, Elise Mommaerts, Nathalie Nicot, Tony Kaoma, Olivier Keunen, Petr V. Nazarov, Jonathan D. Turner*

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