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K. F. Narter, Agachan, B., Sozen, S., Cincin, Z. B., and Isbir, T., CCR2-64I is a risk factor for development of bladder cancer, vol. 9, pp. 685-692, 2010.
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R. Attar, Cacina, C., Sozen, S., Attar, E., and Agachan, B., DNA repair genes in endometriosis, vol. 9, pp. 629-636, 2010.
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