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Other authors of the paper from UTMB include research development coordinator Marcy Bubar, research associates Nicole Bremer, Sonja Stutz and Robert Fox, research scientists Thressa Smith and Yowjiun Jeng, graduate assistant Sarah Swinford, senior scientific manager Patricia Seitz, assistant professor Fernanda Laezza and professor Cheryl Watson. Authors from UH include research scientist Anton Agarkov, postdoctoral fellows Marc Charendoff and John Craft and associate professor James Briggs.
Support for this research was provided by the Klarman Family Foundation, the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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