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Research Presentation by Brae V Petersen, Kishor Prasain, Kei Furukawa, and David C Collins
Peter R. Stevenson & Bret E. Dunlap & Paul S. Powell & Brae V. Petersen & Christopher J. Hatch & Hung Chan & David C. Collins are co-writers of newly published research.