INVESTIGATION OF THE N-TERMINAL CODING REGION OF MUC7 ALTERATIONS IN DENTISTRY STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT CARIES
Koç Öztürk L, Yarat A, Akyuz S, Furuncuoglu H, Ulucan K,
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Korkut Ulucan, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Üsküdar University, Haluk Turksoy Sok. No. 14, Üsküdar, İstanbul 34662, Turkey. Tel: +90-216-400-2222-2409. Fax: +90-216-400-2222; Mobile: +90-532-692-1922. E-Mail: korkutulucan@hotmail.com
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