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P. M. Miranda, Pitol, B. C. V., Moran, M. S., Silva, N. N. T., Felix, P. M., Lima-Filho, J. L., Carneiro, C. M., Silva, I. D. C. G., Carvalho, R. F., Lima, A. A., Beçak, W., and Stocco, R. C., Human papillomavirus infection in Brazilian women with normal cervical cytology, vol. 11, pp. 1752-1761, 2012.
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