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T. Juárez-Cedillo, Sánchez-García, S., Mould-Quevedo, J. F., García-Peña, C., Gallo, J. J., Wagner, F. A., and Vargas-Alarcón, G., Cost-effective analysis of genotyping using oral cells in the geriatric population, vol. 9, pp. 1886-1895, 2010.
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