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Association between RUNX3 promoter methylation and gastric cancer: a meta-analysis

By Xiao-yuan Fan, Xin-lei Hu, Tie-mei Han, Na-na Wang, Yi-miao Zhu, Wen Hu, Zhen-hua Ma, Chen-jing Zhang, Xiang Xu, Zai-yuan Ye, Chun-mao Han and Wen-sheng Pan
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: BioMed Central
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