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2013
L. P. Ren, Xian, Y. S., Diao, D. M., Chen, Y., Guo, Q., and Dang, C. X., Further evidence for the contribution of the BRCA1-interacting protein-terminal helicase 1 (BRIP1) gene in breast cancer susceptibility, vol. 12, pp. 5793-5801, 2013.
J. Zhu, Wei, R. L., Pi, Y. L., and Guo, Q., Significance of Bcl10 gene mutations in the clinical diagnosis of MALT-type ocular adnexal lymphoma in the Chinese population, vol. 12, pp. 1194-1204, 2013.
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