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F. F. Yang, Huang, Y., Li, Q. B., Dai, J. H., and Fu, Z., Single nucleotide polymorphisms in the ORM1-like 3 gene associated with childhood asthma in a Chinese population, vol. 11, pp. 4646-4653, 2012.
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