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Biomed Khim, 2017, 63(4) p. 312

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Year: 2017

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4. Renalase gene polymorphism is associated with increased blood pressure in preeclampsia

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Year: 2016

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Year: 2016

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Biochemistry, 2015, 54(3) p. 795

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Year: 2015

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Year: 2015

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Year: 2015

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Year: 2015

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Year: 2014

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