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P53 perturbations in endometriosis detected by quantitative real-time PCR Further evidence of late somatic DNA alterations

, : P53 perturbations in endometriosis detected by quantitative real-time PCR Further evidence of late somatic DNA alterations. Fertility & Sterility 80(Suppl 3): S35, September


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