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Almeida, S., Franken, N., Zandona, M.R., Osorio-Wender, M.C. and Hutz, M.H. (2005). Estrogen receptor 2 and progesterone receptor gene polymorphisms and lipid levels in women with different hormonal status. Pharmacogenomics J 5:30-4.

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