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The Protective Effect of EGF in Septic Mice Is Intestine-specific and Dependent on NFκB Activation
Abstract: College of Arts & Sciences
Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts: WUSHTA, Volume 1 (Spring 2009)
From the Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts (WUSHTA), Volume 1, Spring 2009. Published by the Office of Undergraduate Research. Henry Biggs, Director, Office of Undergraduate Research and Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences; E. Holly Tasker, Editor.
Mentor: Craig Coopersmith
Gan, Heng, "The Protective Effect of EGF in Septic Mice Is Intestine-specific and Dependent on NFκB Activation" (2009). Spring 2009. 26.
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