Wound Healing in the PU.1 Null Mouse—Tissue Repair Is Not Dependent on Inflammatory Cells

@article{Martin2003WoundHI,
  title={Wound Healing in the PU.1 Null Mouse—Tissue Repair Is Not Dependent on Inflammatory Cells},
  author={Paul Martin and Deana D'Souza and Julie S. Martin and Richard P. Grose and Lisa Cooper and Rich Maki and Scott R Mckercher},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={13},
  pages={1122-1128}
}

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