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The title of the article is "Hepatocyte Growth Factor, a Determinant of Airspace Homeostasis in the Murine Lung."
The study was funded by Neptune's NIH RO1 grant# 1R01HL085312 and also by a March of Dimes Basil O'Connor Award to Neptune.
Other authors are: Carla Calvi, Megan Podowski, Armando Lopez-Mercado, Shana Metzger, Kaori Misono, Alla Malinina, Dustin Dikeman, Hataya Poonyagariyon, Leslie Ynalvez, Roshanak Derakhshandeh, Ann Le, Mark Merchant and Ralph Schwall (deceased).
Johns Hopkins Medicine
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