University College Cork
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Ali S. Khashan(63)
Philip N Baker(33)
Fergus P McCarthy(28)
Lesley M E McCowan(25)
Deirdre M Murray(23)
Patricia M. Kearney(22)
Robyn A North(20)
Sinéad M. O'Neill(18)
Alan D Irvine(16)
Nigel A. B. Simpson(14)
Gerard W. O'Keeffe(14)
Jonathan O'B Hourihane(14)
Tine B. Henriksen(13)
Gus A Dekker(11)
James J. Walker(11)
Claire T. Roberts(11)
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A method of predicting a SGA infant in a patient at a pre-symptomatic gestational stage is described. The method comprises a step of assaying a biological sample from the patient for an abundance of a plurality of metabolite biomarkers selected from the 19 metabolite biomarkers of Table IV, correlating the abundance of the plurality of metabolite biomarkers with a metabolite fingerprint of SGA shown in Table IV, and predicting SGA based on the level of correlation between the abundance of the plurality of metabolite biomarkers and the metabolite fingerprint of Table IV.
A method for the early prediction of risk of hypertensive disorders in pregnant women, including for example eclampsia, mild pre-eclampsia, chronic hypertension, EPH gestosis, gestational hypertension, superimposed pre-eclampsia, HELLP syndrome, or nephropathy.
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