NOVEL MUTATIONS AND HAPLOTYPE ANALYSIS OF GENOMIC POLYMORPHISMS OF GJB2 AND GJB3 GENES ASSOCIATED WITH PROFOUND AND MODERATELY SEVERE HEARING LOSS IN PATIENTS FROM BASHKORTOSTAN
Dzhemileva LU*, Khidiyatova IM, Khabibullin RM, Khusnutdinova EK
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Lilya U. Dzhemileva, Institute of Biochemistry and Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Prospect Octyabrya 69, 450054, Ufa, Russia; Tel: +07-3472-355255; Fax: +07-3472-356100; E-mail: Dzhemilev@anrb.ru
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