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    • Early Nutrition and Weight Gain in Preterm Newborns and the Risk of Retinopathy of Prematurity 

      VanderVeen, Deborah K.; Martin, Camilia R.; Mehendale, Reshma; Allred, Elizabeth N.; Dammann, Olaf; Leviton, Alan (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Objective: To identify nutritional and weight gain limitations associated with retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) severity among very preterm newborns. Patients and Methods 1180 infants <28 weeks GA at birth with ROP examination ...
    • Innate immune activation in neonatal tracheal aspirates suggests endotoxin-driven inflammation 

      Nathe, Katheryn; Mancuso, Christy J.; Parad, Richard Barry; Van Marter, Linda Joanne; Martin, Camilia Rivera; Stoler-Barak, Liat; Philbin, Victoria J.; Phillips, Michele F.; Palmer, Christine D.; Levy, Ofer (Nature Publishing Group, 2012)
      Background:: Tracheal aspirates (TAs) from critically ill neonates accumulate bacterial endotoxin and demonstrate mobilization of endotoxin-binding proteins, but the potential bioactivity of endotoxin in TAs is unknown. ...
    • Non-invasive analysis of intestinal development in preterm and term infants using RNA-Sequencing 

      Knight, Jason M.; Davidson, Laurie A.; Herman, Damir; Martin, Camilia R.; Goldsby, Jennifer S.; Ivanov, Ivan V.; Donovan, Sharon M.; Chapkin, Robert S. (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
      The state and development of the intestinal epithelium is vital for infant health, and increased understanding in this area has been limited by an inability to directly assess epithelial cell biology in the healthy newborn ...
    • Review of Infant Feeding: Key Features of Breast Milk and Infant Formula 

      Martin, Camilia R.; Ling, Pei-Ra; Blackburn, George L. (MDPI, 2016)
      Mothers’ own milk is the best source of nutrition for nearly all infants. Beyond somatic growth, breast milk as a biologic fluid has a variety of other benefits, including modulation of postnatal intestinal function, immune ...