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Fig. 4 | Clinical Proteomics

Fig. 4

From: Circulating proteins associated with allergy development in infants—an exploratory analysis

Fig. 4

A panel of 27 proteins measured at 1 month of age predicted allergy development. The model that best differentiated children who later developed allergy or remained healthy was obtained in samples collected from children at 1 month of age. The proteins were sorted by the magnitude of the coefficients, which are the increments of log of odds ratios to be allergic per standard deviation elevation of the protein value. Positive coefficient indicates children with higher value of the profile had higher risk of developing allergy within 8 years

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