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X. F. Chen, Cai, S., Chen, Q. G., Ni, Z. H., Tang, J. H., Xu, D. W., and Wang, X. B., Multiple variants of TERT and CLPTM1L constitute risk factors for lung adenocarcinoma, vol. 11, pp. 370-378, 2012.
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