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Allele frequencies of the epidermal growth factor receptors polymorphism R521K in colorectal cancer patients and healthy subjects indicate a risk-reducing effect of K521 in Syrian population

Mustafa Ola Haj, Hamzeh Abdul Rezzak, Ghabreau Lina, Akil Nizar, Almoustafa Ala-Eddin, Alachkar Amal

Year : 2013| Volume: 5| Issue : 3 | Page no: 202-206

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