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M. - Y. Sun, Yang, X. - X., Xu, W. - W., Yao, G. - Y., Pan, H. - Z., and Li, M., Association of DNMT1 and DNMT3B polymorphisms with breast cancer risk in Han Chinese women from South China, vol. 11, pp. 4330-4341, 2012.
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F. - R. Wu, Liu, Y., Shang, M. - B., Yang, X. - X., Ding, B., Gao, J. - G., Wang, R., and Li, W. - Y., Differences in H3K4 trimethylation in in vivo and in vitro fertilization mouse preimplantation embryos, vol. 11, pp. 1099-1108, 2012.
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F. - X. Li, Tan, J. - Y., Yang, X. - X., Wu, Y. - S., Wu, D., and Li, M., Genetic variants on 17q21 are associated with asthma in a Han Chinese population, vol. 11, pp. 340-347, 2012.
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