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Z. Wang, Li, M., Li, L., Sun, H., and Lin, X. Y., Association of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the CYP1B1 gene with the risk of primary open-angle glaucoma: a meta-analysis, vol. 14, pp. 17262-17272, 2015.
H. Y. Zou, Gu, X., Yu, W. Z., Wang, Z., and Jiao, M., Detection of serum antinuclear antibodies in lymphoma patients, vol. 14, pp. 16546-16552, 2015.
D. Yan, Dou, Q. L., Wang, Z., and Wei, Y. Y., Establishment of a hepatocyte steatosis model using Chang liver cells, vol. 14, pp. 15224-15232, 2015.
H. - Y. Zou, Yu, W. - Z., Wang, Z., He, J., and Jiao, M., Human leukocyte antigen-B27 alleles in Xinjiang Uygur patients with ankylosing spondylitis, vol. 14, pp. 5652-5657, 2015.
G. G. Yang, Xu, X. Y., Ding, Y., Cui, Q. Q., Wang, Z., Zhang, Q. Y., Shi, S. H., Lv, Z. Y., Wang, X. Y., Zhang, J. H., Zhang, R. G., and Xu, C. S., Linker length affects expression and bioactivity of the onconase fusion protein in Pichia pastoris, vol. 14, pp. 19360-19370, 2015.
Y. Zhou, Liu, Y., Yang, S. X., and Wang, Z., N-ethylmaleimide-sensitive factor siRNA improves cardiac function following myocardial infarction in rats, vol. 14, pp. 9478-9485, 2015.
C. - G. Sun, Zhuang, J., Teng, W. - J., Wang, Z., and Du, S. - S., PUMA gene transfection can enhance the sensitivity of epirubicin-induced apoptosis of MCF-7 breast cancer cells, vol. 14, pp. 5742-5749, 2015.
F. X. Yang, Zhu, G. F., Wang, Z., Liu, H. L., and Huang, D., A putative miR172-targeted CeAPETALA2-like gene is involved in floral patterning regulation of the orchid Cymbidium ensifolium, vol. 14, pp. 12049-12061, 2015.
X. L. Zhu, Wang, L., Wang, Z., Chen, S. Z., Zhang, W. Q., and Ma, M. M., Relationship between EPHX2 gene polymorphisms and essential hypertension in Uygur, Kazakh, and Han, vol. 14, pp. 3474-3480, 2015.
C. D. Wang, Wang, D. K., Cao, P. C., Wang, Z. W., Wang, Z., and Wang, Y. T., Study of the relationship between the expression of nerve growth factor and aneurysm formation and prognosis, vol. 14, pp. 4269-4275, 2015.
Y. Wang, Tang, Y., Zhang, M., Cai, F., Qin, J., Wang, Q., Liu, C., Wang, G., Xu, L., Yang, L., Li, J., Wang, Z., and Li, X., Molecular cloning and functional characterization of a glutathione S-transferase involved in both anthocyanin and proanthocyanidin accumulation in Camelina sativa (Brassicaceae), vol. 11, pp. 4711-4719, 2012.
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J. Todd, Wu, Y. Q., Wang, Z., and Samuels, T., Genetic diversity in tetraploid switchgrass revealed by AFLP marker polymorphisms, vol. 10, pp. 2976-2986, 2011.
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Z. Wang, Yao, H., Cui, B., Ning, G., and Tang, G. Y., Genetic linkage analysis of oral lichen planus in a Chinese family, vol. 10, pp. 1427-1433, 2011.
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Z. Yang, Ke, Z. F., Zeng, C., Wang, Z., Shi, H. J., and Wang, L. T., Mutation characteristics in type I collagen genes in Chinese patients with osteogenesis imperfecta, vol. 10, pp. 177-185, 2011.
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