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Activating an adaptive immune response from a hydrogel scaffold imparts regenerative wound healing

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Griffin, D; Archang, M; Kuan, C; Weaver, W; Weinstein, J; Feng, AC; Ruccia, A; Sideris, E; Ragkousis, V; Koh, J; Plikus, M; Di Carlo, D ...
2020

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Griffin, D., Archang, M., Kuan, C., Weaver, W., Weinstein, J., Feng, A. C., … Scumpia, P. (2020). Activating an adaptive immune response from a hydrogel scaffold imparts regenerative wound healing. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.27.117317
Griffin, Donald, Maani Archang, Chen Kuan, Westbrook Weaver, Jason Weinstein, An Chieh Feng, Amber Ruccia, et al. “Activating an adaptive immune response from a hydrogel scaffold imparts regenerative wound healing.” BioRxiv, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.27.117317.
Griffin D, Archang M, Kuan C, Weaver W, Weinstein J, Feng AC, et al. Activating an adaptive immune response from a hydrogel scaffold imparts regenerative wound healing. bioRxiv. 2020.
Griffin, Donald, et al. “Activating an adaptive immune response from a hydrogel scaffold imparts regenerative wound healing.” BioRxiv, 2020. Epmc, doi:10.1101/2020.05.27.117317.
Griffin D, Archang M, Kuan C, Weaver W, Weinstein J, Feng AC, Ruccia A, Sideris E, Ragkousis V, Koh J, Plikus M, Di Carlo D, Segura T, Scumpia P. Activating an adaptive immune response from a hydrogel scaffold imparts regenerative wound healing. bioRxiv. 2020.

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