ASSOCIATION OF E-SELECTIN S128R POLYMORPHISM WITH HEREDITARY BREAST CARCINOMA SUSCEPTIBILITY IN TURKISH PATIENTS WITHOUT BRCA1/2 GERMLINE MUTATIONS
Yararbas K, Atalay PB
*Corresponding Author: Kanay Yararbas, M.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Genetics, Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University Faculty of Medicine; İçerenköy Mahallesi, Kayisdagi Caddesi, No: 32, 34742, Istanbul, Turkey. Tel: +90-216-500-4785. Fax: +90-216-500-5076. E-mail: kanay.yararbas@ acibadem.edu.tr
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