The first author of the paper is Prajna Banerjee, a postdoctoral scholar in obstetrics and gynecology. Other Stanford co-authors include Bokyung Choi; Lora Shahine, MD; Sunny June, MD, Kathleen O’Leary, and Ruth Lathi, funding came from the National Institutes of Health and the Coulter Foundation Translational Research Program at Stanford University.

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