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    Dawn Eichenfield

    Address200 W. Arbor Drive #8425
    CA San Diego 92103
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      1. Eichenfield D, Troutman TD, Link VM, Lam MT, Cho H, Gosselin D, Spann NJ, Lesch HP, Tao J, Muto J, Gallo RL, Evans RM, Glass CK. Tissue damage drives co-localization of NF-?B, Smad3, and Nrf2 to direct Rev-erb sensitive wound repair in mouse macrophages. Elife. 2016; 5. PMID: 27462873.
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      2. Eichenfield D, Paravar T. Zebra Stripes in Dermatomyositis: Case Report and Review of Flagellate Erythema-Associated Dermatomyositis. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2017 Jan; 31(1):e7-e9. PMID: 26916367.
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      3. Eichenfield D, Cohen P. Amitriptyline-induced cutaneous hyperpigmentation: case report and review of psychotropic drug-associated mucocutaneous hyperpigmentation. Dermatol Online J. 2016; 22(2). PMID: 27267189.
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      4. Eichenfield D, Eichenfield LF. Pimecrolimus is safe and effective in treating atopic dermatitis. J Pediatr. 2015 Nov; 167(5):1169-72. PMID: 26603713.
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      5. Del Rosso JQ, Harper JC, Graber EM, Thiboutot D, Silverberg NB, Eichenfield D, Eichenfield LF. Status report from the American Acne & Rosacea Society on medical management of acne in adult women, part 1: overview, clinical characteristics, and laboratory evaluation. Cutis. 2015 Oct; 96(4):236-41. PMID: 26682286.
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      6. Gosselin D, Link VM, Romanoski CE, Fonseca GJ, Eichenfield D, Spann NJ, Stender JD, Chun HB, Garner H, Geissmann F, Glass CK. Environment drives selection and function of enhancers controlling tissue-specific macrophage identities. Cell. 2014 Dec 4; 159(6):1327-40. PMID: 25480297.
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