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A. I. Güney, Javadova, D., Kırac, D., Ulucan, K., Koc, G., Ergec, D., Tavukcu, H., and Tarcan, T., Detection of Y chromosome microdeletions and mitochondrial DNA mutations in male infertility patients, vol. 11, pp. 1039-1048, 2012.
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