VARIANTS IN MITOCHONDRIAL tRNA GENE MAY NOT BE ASSOCIATED WITH THYROID CARCINOMA
Lv F1,a, Qian G2,a, You W1,a, Lin H3, Wang XF3, Qiu GS2, Jiang YS2, Pang LX3, Kang YM4, Jia BF4, Xu JZ5,*, Yu Y1,*
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Jinzhong Xu, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, the Affiliated Wenling Hospital of Wenzhou Medial University, Taiping Nan Road 190, Wenling 317500, Peopleís Republic of China. Tel./Fax: +86-(0)576-8620-6288. E-mail: xujzwl@163.com and Dr. Yang Yu, Department of Breast Surgery, Henan Provincial Peopleís Hospital, Weiwu Road 7, Zhengzhou 450003, Peopleís Republic of China. Tel./Fax: +86-(0)371- 6558-0014. E-mail: 510790135@qq.com
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