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Fig. 4 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 4

From: Urine metabolomic profiling of children with respiratory tract infections in the emergency department: a pilot study

Fig. 4

The metabolites used in the model of RSV bronchiolitis versus healthy control children also predict length of hospitalization. Using the same metabolites, we created a new PLS-DA-based model (R2 = 0.83, Q2 = 0.81) comparing the same healthy children in relation to the duration of hospitalization for RSV infection. Illustrated are the PLS-DA prediction scores for each infant stratified based on length of hospitalization. Error bars represent the means and 95 % confidence intervals

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