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Raina Nakova Fichorova, Ph.D., M.D.

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This page shows the publications co-authored by Raina Fichorova and Alan Leviton.
Connection Strength

5.339
  1. Socioeconomic status and early blood concentrations of inflammation-related and neurotrophic proteins among extremely preterm newborns. PLoS One. 2019; 14(3):e0214154.
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    Score: 0.207
  2. Early Postnatal IGF-1 and IGFBP-1 Blood Levels in Extremely Preterm Infants: Relationships with Indicators of Placental Insufficiency and with Systemic Inflammation. Am J Perinatol. 2019 12; 36(14):1442-1452.
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    Score: 0.205
  3. Executive Dysfunction Early Postnatal Biomarkers among Children Born Extremely Preterm. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol. 2019 06; 14(2):188-199.
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    Score: 0.200
  4. The risk of neurodevelopmental disorders at age 10?years associated with blood concentrations of interleukins 4 and 10 during the first postnatal month of children born extremely preterm. Cytokine. 2018 10; 110:181-188.
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    Score: 0.195
  5. Neonatal systemic inflammation and the risk of low scores on measures of reading and mathematics achievement at age 10 years among children born extremely preterm. Int J Dev Neurosci. 2018 May; 66:45-53.
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    Score: 0.192
  6. Circulating biomarkers in extremely preterm infants associated with ultrasound indicators of brain damage. Eur J Paediatr Neurol. 2018 May; 22(3):440-450.
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    Score: 0.191
  7. Elevations of inflammatory proteins in neonatal blood are associated with obesity and overweight among 2-year-old children born extremely premature. Pediatr Res. 2018 06; 83(6):1110-1119.
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    Score: 0.191
  8. Both antenatal and postnatal inflammation contribute information about the risk of brain damage in extremely preterm newborns. Pediatr Res. 2017 Oct; 82(4):691-696.
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    Score: 0.184
  9. Antecedents and early correlates of high and low concentrations of angiogenic proteins in extremely preterm newborns. Clin Chim Acta. 2017 Aug; 471:1-5.
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    Score: 0.182
  10. Antecedents and correlates of blood concentrations of neurotrophic growth factors in very preterm newborns. Cytokine. 2017 06; 94:21-28.
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    Score: 0.181
  11. Systemic endogenous erythropoietin and associated disorders in extremely preterm newborns. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. 2016 Sep; 101(5):F458-63.
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    Score: 0.170
  12. Systemic inflammation on postnatal days 21 and 28 and indicators of brain dysfunction 2years later among children born before the 28th week of gestation. Early Hum Dev. 2016 Feb; 93:25-32.
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    Score: 0.166
  13. Antecedents of inflammation biomarkers in preterm newborns on days 21 and 28. Acta Paediatr. 2016 Mar; 105(3):274-80.
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    Score: 0.165
  14. The Development of Extremely Preterm Infants Born to Women Who Had Genitourinary Infections During Pregnancy. Am J Epidemiol. 2016 Jan 01; 183(1):28-35.
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    Score: 0.165
  15. Are preterm newborns who have relative hyperthyrotropinemia at increased risk of brain damage? J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab. 2014 Nov; 27(11-12):1077-88.
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    Score: 0.153
  16. Systemic inflammation in the extremely low gestational age newborn following maternal genitourinary infections. Am J Reprod Immunol. 2015 Feb; 73(2):162-74.
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    Score: 0.151
  17. The relationship between TSH and systemic inflammation in extremely preterm newborns. Endocrine. 2015 Mar; 48(2):595-602.
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    Score: 0.149
  18. Is maternal obesity associated with sustained inflammation in extremely low gestational age newborns? Early Hum Dev. 2013 Dec; 89(12):949-55.
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    Score: 0.142
  19. Two-hit model of brain damage in the very preterm newborn: small for gestational age and postnatal systemic inflammation. Pediatr Res. 2013 Mar; 73(3):362-70.
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    Score: 0.134
  20. Systemic inflammation, intraventricular hemorrhage, and white matter injury. J Child Neurol. 2013 Dec; 28(12):1637-45.
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    Score: 0.133
  21. Systemic inflammation associated with severe intestinal injury in extremely low gestational age newborns. Fetal Pediatr Pathol. 2013 Jun; 32(3):222-34.
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    Score: 0.132
  22. Systemic responses of preterm newborns with presumed or documented bacteraemia. Acta Paediatr. 2012 Apr; 101(4):355-9.
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    Score: 0.125
  23. Relationships among the concentrations of 25 inflammation-associated proteins during the first postnatal weeks in the blood of infants born before the 28th week of gestation. Cytokine. 2012 Jan; 57(1):182-90.
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    Score: 0.125
  24. Blood protein concentrations in the first two postnatal weeks associated with early postnatal blood gas derangements among infants born before the 28th week of gestation. The ELGAN Study. Cytokine. 2011 Nov; 56(2):392-8.
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    Score: 0.122
  25. Persistence after birth of systemic inflammation associated with umbilical cord inflammation. J Reprod Immunol. 2011 Aug; 90(2):235-43.
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    Score: 0.121
  26. Early postnatal blood concentrations of inflammation-related proteins and microcephaly two years later in infants born before the 28th post-menstrual week. Early Hum Dev. 2011 May; 87(5):325-30.
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    Score: 0.118
  27. Maternal microbe-specific modulation of inflammatory response in extremely low-gestational-age newborns. mBio. 2011 Jan 18; 2(1):e00280-10.
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    Score: 0.118
  28. The relationship between early concentrations of 25 blood proteins and cerebral white matter injury in preterm newborns: the ELGAN study. J Pediatr. 2011 Jun; 158(6):897-903.e1-5.
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    Score: 0.118
  29. Inflammation-related proteins in the blood of extremely low gestational age newborns. The contribution of inflammation to the appearance of developmental regulation. Cytokine. 2011 Jan; 53(1):66-73.
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    Score: 0.115
  30. Prenatal tobacco smoke exposure and neurological impairment at 10 years of age among children born extremely preterm: a prospective cohort. BJOG. 2021 Sep; 128(10):1586-1597.
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    Score: 0.060
  31. Systemic Inflammation-Associated Proteins and Retinopathy of Prematurity in Infants Born Before the 28th Week of Gestation. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2017 12 01; 58(14):6419-6428.
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    Score: 0.047
  32. Systemic Inflammation during the First Postnatal Month and the Risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Characteristics among 10 year-old Children Born Extremely Preterm. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol. 2017 09; 12(3):531-543.
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    Score: 0.045
  33. Postnatal systemic inflammation and neuro-ophthalmologic dysfunctions in extremely low gestational age children. Acta Paediatr. 2017 Mar; 106(3):454-457.
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    Score: 0.045
  34. Antenatal glucocorticoids and neonatal inflammation-associated proteins. Cytokine. 2016 12; 88:199-208.
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    Score: 0.044
  35. Duration of Systemic Inflammation in the First Postnatal Month Among Infants Born Before the 28th Week of Gestation. Inflammation. 2016 Apr; 39(2):672-7.
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    Score: 0.042
  36. Elevated endogenous erythropoietin concentrations are associated with increased risk of brain damage in extremely preterm neonates. PLoS One. 2015; 10(3):e0115083.
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    Score: 0.039
  37. The breadth and type of systemic inflammation and the risk of adverse neurological outcomes in extremely low gestation newborns. Pediatr Neurol. 2015 Jan; 52(1):42-8.
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    Score: 0.038
  38. Endogenous erythropoietin varies significantly with inflammation-related proteins in extremely premature newborns. Cytokine. 2014 Sep; 69(1):22-8.
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    Score: 0.037
  39. Elevated blood levels of inflammation-related proteins are associated with an attention problem at age 24 mo in extremely preterm infants. Pediatr Res. 2014 Jun; 75(6):781-7.
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    Score: 0.037
  40. Systemic inflammation and cerebral palsy risk in extremely preterm infants. J Child Neurol. 2014 Dec; 29(12):1692-8.
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    Score: 0.037
  41. Comparison of frozen and unfrozen blood spots for gene expression studies. J Pediatr. 2014 Jan; 164(1):189-191.e1.
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    Score: 0.036
  42. Perinatal systemic inflammatory responses of growth-restricted preterm newborns. Acta Paediatr. 2013 Oct; 102(10):e439-42.
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    Score: 0.035
  43. Inflammation-initiating illnesses, inflammation-related proteins, and cognitive impairment in extremely preterm infants. Brain Behav Immun. 2013 Mar; 29:104-112.
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    Score: 0.034
  44. Systemic inflammation associated with mechanical ventilation among extremely preterm infants. Cytokine. 2013 Jan; 61(1):315-22.
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    Score: 0.033
  45. Fetal-placental inflammation, but not adrenal activation, is associated with extreme preterm delivery. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2012 Mar; 206(3):236.e1-8.
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    Score: 0.031
  46. Elevated concentrations of inflammation-related proteins in postnatal blood predict severe developmental delay at 2 years of age in extremely preterm infants. J Pediatr. 2012 Mar; 160(3):395-401.e4.
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    Score: 0.031
  47. Cluster analysis of placental inflammatory proteins can distinguish preeclampsia from preterm labor and premature membrane rupture in singleton deliveries less than 28 weeks of gestation. Am J Reprod Immunol. 2011 Dec; 66(6):488-94.
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    Score: 0.030
  48. Blood protein concentrations in the first two postnatal weeks that predict bronchopulmonary dysplasia among infants born before the 28th week of gestation. Pediatr Res. 2011 Apr; 69(4):347-53.
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    Score: 0.030
  49. Blood protein profiles of infants born before 28 weeks differ by pregnancy complication. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2011 May; 204(5):418.e1-418.e12.
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    Score: 0.030
  50. Relationship Between Neonatal Blood Protein Concentrations and Placenta Histologic Characteristics in Extremely Low GA Newborns. Pediatr Res. 2011 Jan; 69(1):68-73.
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    Score: 0.029
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.