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Characterization and clinical course of 1000 patients with coronavirus disease 2019 in New York: retrospective case series.
Argenziano MG, Bruce SL, Slater CL, Tiao JR, Baldwin MR, Barr RG, Chang BP, Chau KH, Choi JJ, Gavin N, Goyal P, Mills AM, Patel AA, Romney MS, Safford MM, Schluger NW, Sengupta S, Sobieszczyk ME, Zucker JE, Asadourian PA, Bell FM, Boyd R, Cohen MF, Colquhoun MI, Colville LA, de Jonge JH, Dershowitz LB, Dey SA, Eiseman KA, Girvin ZP, Goni DT, Harb AA, Herzik N, Householder S, Karaaslan LE, Lee H, Lieberman E, Ling A, Lu R, Shou AY, Sisti AC, Snow ZE, Sperring CP, Xiong Y, Zhou HW, Natarajan K, Hripcsak G, Chen R. Argenziano MG, et al. Among authors: zucker je. BMJ. 2020 May 29;369:m1996. doi: 10.1136/bmj.m1996. BMJ. 2020. PMID: 32471884 Free PMC article.
Emergence and expansion of SARS-CoV-2 B.1.526 after identification in New York.
Annavajhala MK, Mohri H, Wang P, Nair M, Zucker JE, Sheng Z, Gomez-Simmonds A, Kelley AL, Tagliavia M, Huang Y, Bedford T, Ho DD, Uhlemann AC. Annavajhala MK, et al. Among authors: zucker je. Nature. 2021 Sep;597(7878):703-708. doi: 10.1038/s41586-021-03908-2. Epub 2021 Aug 24. Nature. 2021. PMID: 34428777 Free PMC article.
Emergence and Expansion of the SARS-CoV-2 Variant B.1.526 Identified in New York.
Annavajhala MK, Mohri H, Wang P, Nair M, Zucker JE, Sheng Z, Gomez-Simmonds A, Kelley AL, Tagliavia M, Huang Y, Bedford T, Ho DD, Uhlemann AC. Annavajhala MK, et al. Among authors: zucker je. medRxiv. 2021 Aug 4:2021.02.23.21252259. doi: 10.1101/2021.02.23.21252259. Preprint. medRxiv. 2021. PMID: 33655278 Free PMC article. Updated.
Characterization and clinical course of 1000 Patients with COVID-19 in New York: retrospective case series.
Argenziano MG, Bruce SL, Slater CL, Tiao JR, Baldwin MR, Barr RG, Chang BP, Chau KH, Choi JJ, Gavin N, Goyal P, Mills AM, Patel AA, Romney MS, Safford MM, Schluger NW, Sengupta S, Sobieszczyk ME, Zucker JE, Asadourian PA, Bell FM, Boyd R, Cohen MF, Colquhoun MI, Colville LA, de Jonge JH, Dershowitz LB, Dey SA, Eiseman KA, Girvin ZP, Goni DT, Harb AA, Herzik N, Householder S, Karaaslan LE, Lee H, Lieberman E, Ling A, Lu R, Shou AY, Sisti AC, Snow ZE, Sperring CP, Xiong Y, Zhou HW, Natarajan K, Hripcsak G, Chen R. Argenziano MG, et al. Among authors: zucker je. medRxiv. 2020 Apr 22:2020.04.20.20072116. doi: 10.1101/2020.04.20.20072116. Preprint. medRxiv. 2020. PMID: 32511507 Free PMC article. Updated.
Characterising the long-term clinical outcomes of 1190 hospitalised patients with COVID-19 in New York City: a retrospective case series.
Shoucri SM, Purpura L, DeLaurentis C, Adan MA, Theodore DA, Irace AL, Robbins-Juarez SY, Khedagi AM, Letchford D, Harb AA, Zerihun LM, Lee KE, Gambina K, Lauring MC, Chen N, Sperring CP, Mehta SS, Myers EL, Shih H, Argenziano MG, Bruce SL, Slater CL, Tiao JR, Natarajan K, Hripcsak G, Chen R, Yin MT, Sobieszczyk ME, Castor D, Zucker JE. Shoucri SM, et al. Among authors: zucker je. BMJ Open. 2021 Jun 2;11(6):e049488. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-049488. BMJ Open. 2021. PMID: 34083350 Free PMC article.
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