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Y. N. Zhang, Li, Y. J., Li, H., Zhou, H., and Shao, X. J., Association of CD14 C159T polymorphism with atopic asthma susceptibility in children from Southeastern China: a case-control study, vol. 14, pp. 4311-4317, 2015.
C. G. Sun, Cao, X. J., Zhou, C., Liu, L. J., Feng, F. B., Liu, R. J., Zhuang, J., and Li, Y. J., Construction of gene/protein interaction networks for primary myelofibrosis and KEGG pathway-enrichment analysis of molecular compounds, vol. 14, pp. 16126-16132, 2015.
Z. Song, Li, Z. H., Lei, X. Q., Xu, T. S., Zhang, X. H., Li, Y. J., Zhang, G. M., Xi, S. M., Yang, Y. B., and Wei, Z. G., Construction of the mammalian expressing vector pEGFP-N1-P53 and its expression successful in chicken fibroblast cells and blastoderm, vol. 14, pp. 931-939, 2015.
Y. J. Li, Huang, Y., Ding, Q., Gu, Z. H., and Pan, X. L., Evaluation of concentrations of botulinum toxin A for the treatment of hemifacial spasm: a randomized double-blind crossover trial, vol. 14, pp. 1136-1144, 2015.
X. J. Liu, Wang, B., Jiang, W. G., Li, Y. J., Liu, J. B., and Zhang, M., Multivariate analysis of molecular markers in peripheral blood associated with recurrence and metastasis of hepatocellular carcinoma, vol. 14, pp. 1502-1507, 2015.
B. Yang, Cai, M. Y., Li, Y. J., Zhang, H., Cheng, G. H., Zhang, J. H., Zhang, G. J., Li, W. T., and Ji, D. J., Proteomic analysis identifies differentially expressed proteins participating in forming Type III brush hair in Yangtze River Delta white goat, vol. 14, pp. 323-338, 2015.
Y. J. Li, Li, X. Y., Guo, X. R., Li, Y., Shen, B. F., Shi, Y. C., and Zhang, J. Y., Absence of SH2B3 mutation in nonobese diabetic mice, vol. 11, pp. 1266-1271, 2012.
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