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Fig. 1 | Clinical Epigenetics

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From: Neonatal exposure to hyperoxia leads to persistent disturbances in pulmonary histone signatures associated with NOS3 and STAT3 in a mouse model

Fig. 1

Experimental setting. The experimental setting consists of six groups. Each group consists of five animals. The experiments were performed in two steps. The first comprised a control group at P8 in normoxia (group 1), a group after neonatal hyperoxia from P0 to P8 (group 2), and a group exposed to neonatal hyperoxia from P0 to P8 with eight additional days of normoxia until P16 (group 3). The second comprised a control group in normoxia at P16 (group 4), a group after neonatal hyperoxia from P0 to P8 (group 5), and a group exposed to neonatal hyperoxia (P0 to P8) followed by normoxia (P8 to P15), and a second exposure to hyperoxia for 1 day before analysis at P16 (group 6). P postnatal

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