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Multiple Advantageous Amino Acid Variants in the NAT2 Gene in Human Populations

By Francesca Luca, Giuseppina Bubba, Massimo Basile, Radim Brdicka, Emmanuel Michalodimitrakis, Olga Rickards, Galina Vershubsky, Lluis Quintana-Murci, Andrey I. Kozlov and Andrea Novelletto
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