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L. R. Fraga, Paludo, F. J. O., Bós, A. J. G., Ferraro, J. L. S., Dias, F. S., and Alho, C. S., More severe clinical course of cardiovascular dysfunction in intensive care unit patients with the 894TT eNOS genotype, vol. 12, pp. 562-568, 2013.
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