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F. Atalar, Vural, B., Ciftci, C., Demirkan, A., Akan, G., Susleyici-Duman, B., Gunay, D., Akpinar, B., Sagbas, E., Ozbek, U., and Buyukdevrim, A. S., 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 gene expression is increased in ascending aorta tissue of metabolic syndrome patients with coronary artery disease, vol. 11, pp. 3122-3132, 2012.
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