Most Shared Science of May 2021

Post Date: June 3, 2021


These publications were ranked among the most-shared findings of research articles authored or co-authored in May 2021 by experts at Cincinnati Children’s.

Safety, Immunogenicity, and Efficacy of the BNT162b2 Covid-19 Vaccine in Adolescents 

Article in NEJM

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Robert Frenck, MD

Prospective Development and Validation of the Computerized Adaptive Screen for Suicidal Youth

Article in JAMA Psychiatry

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Melinda Mahabee-Gittens, MD, MS

Western diet induces Paneth cell defects through microbiome alterations and farnesoid X receptor and type I interferon activation

Article in Cell Host & Microbe

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Kelli VanDussen, PhD

TOP1 inhibition therapy protects against SARS-CoV-2-induced lethal inflammation

Article in Cell

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Emily Miraldi, PhD, Matthew Weirauch, PhD, and Sreeja Parameswaran, PhD

Encouraging Parental Reading for High-Risk Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Infants

Article in Journal of Pediatrics

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Viral G. Jain, MD, Christy Kessler, RN, Linda Lacina, RN, Greg Szumlas, MD, Clare Crosh, MD, John S. Hutton, MD, Robert Needlman, MD, Thomas Dewitt, MD

Activation of HERV-K(HML-2) disrupts cortical patterning and neuronal differentiation by increasing NTRK3

Article in Cell Stem Cell

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Jason Tchieu, PhD

A BAFF/APRIL axis regulates obesogenic diet-driven weight gain

Article in Nature Communications

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Senad Divanovic, PhD

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