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Z. Y. Zhang, Xuan, Y., Jin, X. Y., Tian, X., and Wu, R., CASP-9 gene functional polymorphisms and cancer risk: A large-scale association study plus meta-analysis, vol. 12, pp. 3070-3078, 2013.
J. Zhu, He, F., Zhang, D. D., Yang, J. Y., Cheng, J., Wu, R., Gong, B., Liu, X. Q., Ma, S., and Zhou, B., Lack of association of IL-2RA and IL-2RB polymorphisms with rheumatoid arthritis in a Han Chinese population, vol. 12, pp. 581-586, 2013.
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Z. Y. Zhang, Xuan, Y., Jin, X. Y., Tian, X., and Wu, R., A literature-based systematic HuGE review and meta-analysis show that CASP gene family polymorphisms are associated with risk of lung cancer, vol. 12, pp. 3057-3069, 2013.
Z. Y. Zhang, Xuan, Y., Jin, X. Y., Tian, X., and Wu, R., Meta-analysis demonstrates association of XRCC1 genetic polymorphism Arg399Gln with esophageal cancer risk in the Chinese population, vol. 12, pp. 2567-2577, 2013.
C. - L. Zhao, Wu, R., Liu, L., Li, F. - D., Zhang, X. - L., Wang, C., Wang, F., Diao, X. - L., Guan, H. - W., Wang, X., and Zhou, L., Ovine prion protein genotype frequencies in northwestern China, vol. 11, pp. 1671-1681, 2012.
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