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Frequency of KRAS mutations in female colorectal cancer (CRC) patients: Findings of a Brazilian cohort of 8,234 cases.
Carlos G. M. Ferreira
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Mariano Zalis
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Ilana Zalcberg-Renault
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Martin H Bonamino
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Marcos Barcelos de Pinho
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Rafaela Cordeiro Helal
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Jonas Hauben Salem
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Ana Paula Ornelas Victorino
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Fernando Meton Vieira
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