Society for Pediatric Pathology Interim Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, October 5--8, 2006

January 2007
Pediatric & Developmental Pathology;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p75
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts of medical research. They include "Microarray Analysis of Ventilated Preterm Lungs Identifies Differential Expression of Angiogenesis-Related Genes," "Topographic Distribution and Morphometric Analysis of Heterotopic Adrenocortical Tissue: Reconstructing Aberrant Migratory Pathways," and "Absence of Calretinin in a Suction Rectal Biopsy Appears Diagnostic of Hirschsprung's Disease."


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