Transcriptional and Cytokine Profiles Identify CXCL9 as a Biomarker of Disease Activity in Morphea

Jack C. O'Brien, Yevgeniya Byekova Rainwater, Neeta Malviya, Nika Cyrus, Lorenz Auer-Hackenberg, Linda S. Hynan, Gregory A. Hosler, Heidi T. Jacobe

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