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G. G. Ceylan, Ceylan, C., and Ozturk, E., Frequency of alterations in the MEFV gene and clinical signs in familial Mediterranean fever in Central Anatolia, Turkey, vol. 11, pp. 1185-1194, 2012.
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C. Ceylan, Ceylan, G. G., and Serel, T. A., The azoospermia factor locus-c region was found to be related to Klinefelter syndrome in Turkish patients, vol. 9, pp. 1229-1233, 2010.
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