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Y. X. Zhang, Xue, Y., Zhao, M. Y., Wang, H. J., Li, J. C., Liu, J. Y., Li, F. J., and Zhou, J. M., Association of TIRAP (MAL) gene polymorhisms with susceptibility to tuberculosis in a Chinese population, vol. 10, pp. 7-15, 2011.
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