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The research team also included Jill J. Williams, Korapat Mayurasakorn, and Vadim S. Ten at Columbia University; Susan J. Vannucci at Weill Cornell Medical College; and Christopher Mastropietro at Wayne State University.
The research was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
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