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In fall of 2011, within 3 months of the lab’s inception, one simple experiment launched an exciting campaign in exploring the role of Wnt signaling in pulmonary angiogenesis.
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Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a life-threatening disorder that is associated with abnormal increase in pulmonary pressures resulting from progressive loss and impaired regeneration of pulmonary microvessels.
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