Differential chromatin accessibility in peripheral blood mononuclear cells underlies COVID-19 disease severity prior to seroconversion

Nicholas S. Giroux, Shengli Ding, Micah T. McClain, Thomas W. Burke, Elizabeth Petzold, Hong A. Chung, Grecia O. Rivera, Ergang Wang, Rui Xi, Shree Bose, Tomer Rotstein, Bradly P. Nicholson, Tianyi Chen, Ricardo Henao, Gregory D. Sempowski, Thomas N. Denny, Maria Iglesias De Ussel, Lisa L. Satterwhite, Emily R. Ko, Geoffrey S. GinsburgBryan D. Kraft, Ephraim L. Tsalik, Xiling Shen, Christopher W. Woods

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