Richard Phipps, Ph.D. University of Rochester
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Sherry Spinelli, Ph.D. University of Rochester
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Collynn Woeller, Ph.D. University of Rochester
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- Cutting edge: maresin-1 engages regulatory T cells to limit type 2 innate lymphoid cell activation and promote resolution of lung inflammation. J Immunol. 194, 863-7. (2015 Feb 01).
- Salinomycin and other polyether ionophores are a new class of anti-scarring agent. J Biol Chem. In press. (2014 Dec 23).
- The effects of aspirin on platelet function and lysophosphatidic acids depend on plasma concentrations of EPA and DHA. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. In press. (2014 Dec 22).