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L. Pereira, Carvalho, M. R. S., Fonseca, C. G., Lima, S. S. S., Cerqueira, E. M. M., Jorge, W., and Castro, M. C. L., Influence of Arg72Pro polymorphisms of TP53 on the response of buccal cells to radiotherapy, vol. 10. pp. 3552-3558, 2011.
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