Analysis of microsomal epoxide hydrolase tyr113his and his139ARG genotypes with ischemic stroke risk in Turkish population

2011-06-01
Micoogullari, Y.
Eroglu, E.
Ozcelik, A. T.
Demirdogen, B. C.
Akgun, H.
Demirkaya, S.
Adalı, Orhan

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Citation Formats
Y. Micoogullari et al., “Analysis of microsomal epoxide hydrolase tyr113his and his139ARG genotypes with ischemic stroke risk in Turkish population,” 2011, vol. 278, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/53607.