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VIVIENNE S MARSHALL

TitleClinical Assistant Professor
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Pediatrics
DivisionCHSA Pedi-Administration
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    1. Price MA, Beilman GJ, Fabian TC, Hoyt DB, Jurkovich GJ, Knudson MM, MacKenzie EJ, Marshall VS, Overton KE, Peitzman AB, Phillips MJ, Pruitt BA, Smith SL, Stewart RM, Jenkins DH. The National Trauma Institute: Lessons learned in the funding and conduct of 16 trauma research studies. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2016 09; 81(3):548-54. PMID: 27054514.
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    2. Chen Z, Tortella FC, Dave JR, Marshall VS, Clarke DL, Sing G, Du F, Lu XC. Human amnion-derived multipotent progenitor cell treatment alleviates traumatic brain injury-induced axonal degeneration. J Neurotrauma. 2009 Nov; 26(11):1987-97. PMID: 19886807.
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    3. Franz MG, Payne WG, Xing L, Naidu DK, Salas RE, Marshall VS, Trumpower CJ, Smith CA, Steed DL, Robson MC. The use of amnion-derived cellular cytokine solution to improve healing in acute and chronic wound models. Eplasty. 2008 Apr 11; 8:e21. PMID: 18470282.
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    4. Xing L, Franz MG, Marcelo CL, Smith CA, Marshall VS, Robson MC. Amnion-derived multipotent progenitor cells increase gain of incisional breaking strength and decrease incidence and severity of acute wound failure. J Burns Wounds. 2007 Oct 05; 7:e5. PMID: 18091982.
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    5. Wolfgang MJ, Marshall VS, Eisele SG, Schotzko ML, Thomson JA, Golos TG. Efficient method for expressing transgenes in nonhuman primate embryos using a stable episomal vector. Mol Reprod Dev. 2002 May; 62(1):69-73. PMID: 11933162.
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