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Z. L. Wang, Chai, R. F., Yang, W. S., Liu, Y., Qin, H., Wu, H., Zhu, X. F., Wang, Y. X., and Dangmurenjiafu, G., ApoE and S-100 expression and its significance in the brain tissue of rats with focal contusion, vol. 14, pp. 19275-19281, 2015.
L. J. Zhang, Dong, W. X., Guo, S. M., Wang, Y. X., Wang, A. D., and Lu, X. J., Cloning and characterization of the SERK1 gene in triploid Pingyi Tiancha [Malus hupehensis (Pamp.) Rehd. var. pingyiensis Jiang] and a tetraploid hybrid strain, vol. 14, pp. 14576-14586, 2015.
T. Jin, Wang, Y. X., Fan, K., Tao, D. B., Dong, X., and Shen, J. S., Differentiation-inducing effects of betamethasone on human glioma cell line U251, vol. 14, pp. 7841-7849, 2015.
X. F. Ma, Xu, F. L., Gao, L. F., Wang, Y. X., and Pan, Z. B., Effect of age on the immune system and pathology of mice with chronic graft-versus-host disease lupus nephritis, vol. 14, pp. 10999-11005, 2015.
Z. L. Wang, Xu, D. S., Wang, Y. X., Qin, H., and Geng, D., Effect of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the ATP-binding cassette B1 gene on the clini­cal outcome of traumatic brain injury, vol. 14, pp. 10948-10953, 2015.
W. H. Yu, Wang, Y. X., Guo, J. Q., Wang, Y. L., Zheng, J. S., and Zhu, K. X., Genetic variability of ERCC1 and ERCC2 influences treatment outcomes in gastric cancer, vol. 14, pp. 17529-17535, 2015.
W. Wan, Xu, X., Zhao, D. B., Pang, Y. F., and Wang, Y. X., Polymorphisms of uric transporter proteins in the pathogenesis of gout in a Chinese Han population, vol. 14, pp. 2546-2550, 2015.
G. L. Gao, Na, W., Wang, Y. X., Zhang, H. F., Li, H., and Wang, Q. G., Role of a liver fatty acid-binding protein gene in lipid metabolism in chicken hepatocytes, vol. 14, pp. 4847-4857, 2015.
S. Z. Wang, Hu, X. X., Wang, Z. P., Li, X. C., Wang, Q. G., Wang, Y. X., Tang, Z. Q., and Li, H., Quantitative trait loci associated with body weight and abdominal fat traits on chicken chromosomes 3, 5 and 7, vol. 11, pp. 956-965, 2012.
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