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V. A. Genelhu, Francischetti, E. A., Duarte, S. F. P., Celoria, B. M. J., Oliveira, R. C., Cabello, P. H., and Pimentel, M. M. G., β3-adrenergic receptor polymorphism is related to cardiometabolic risk factors in obese Brazilian subjects, vol. 9, pp. 1392-1397, 2010.
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