ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-α GENE –308 (G>A) AND –850 (C>T) POLYMORPHISMS IN TURKISH CHILDREN
Lüleyap HU1, Onatoğlu D1, Tahiroğlu AY2, Alptekin D1,*, Yılmaz MB1, Çetiner S3, Pazarbaşı A1, Ünal İ4, Avcı A2
*Corresponding Author: Professor Dr. Davut Alptekin, Department of Medical Biology and Genetics, Medical Faculty, Çukurova University, 01330 Adana, Turkey; Tel.: +90-322-3386060/3498; Fax: +90-322-3386572; E-mail: alptekin@cu.edu.tr
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