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W. J. Kuang, Sun, R. F., Zhu, Y. S., and Li, S. B., A new single-nucleotide mutation (rs362719) of the reelin (RELN) gene associated with schizophrenia in female Chinese Han, vol. 10, pp. 1650-1658, 2011.
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Y. S. Zhu, Wei, S. G., Sun, R. F., Feng, J. L., Kuang, W. J., Lai, J. H., and Li, S. B., A study on the relationship between TCTA tetranucleotide polymorphism of the HPRT gene and primary hyperuricemia, vol. 10, pp. 3121-3126, 2011.
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