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Co-authors with Arap and Pasqualini are co-senior author Richard Sidman of Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston; co-first authors Danielle McGrath, Ph.D., and E. Magdu Barbu, Ph.D., Wouter Driessen, Ph.D., of MD Anderson's Koch Center; Todd Lasco, Ph.D., of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Houston; Jeffrey Tarrand, M.D., of MD Anderson's Department of Laboratory Medicine; Pablo Okhuysen, M.D., The University of Texas Medical School at Houston and UT School of Public Health; and Dimitrios Kontoyiannis, M.D., of MD Anderson's Department of Infectious Diseases.
This research was funded by awards from Angel Works Foundation, Inc., the Gilson Longenbaugh Foundation and the Marcus Foundation, Inc.
University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
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