Georgetown Student Research Day


Poster Presentation:

3rd Place: Biochemistry

Persistent ROS Damage Due to Decreased Ability to Scavenge ROS Contributes to Hypertrophic Scar Phenotype After Wound Closure. Carney BC, Alkhalil A, Moffatt LT, Simbulan-Rosenthal CM, Rosenthal DS, Shupp JW

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