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Functional polymorphisms in genes of the Angiotensin and Serotonin systems and risk of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: AT1R as a potential modifier

By Eliecer Coto, María Palacín, María Martín, Mónica G Castro, Julián R Reguero, Cristina García, José R Berrazueta, César Morís, Blanca Morales, Francisco Ortega, Ana I Corao, Marta Díaz, Beatriz Tavira and Victoria Alvarez
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