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Association between polymorphism of interleukin-6 in the region -174G/C and tinnitus in the elderly with a history of occupational noise exposure

Doi Marcelo Yugi, Dias Ana Carolina Marcotti, Poly-Frederico Regina Célia, Maria Maira Gabriela Sasso Rosa, de Oliveira Maria Nazaré, de Moraes Marchiori Luciana Lozza

Year : 2015| Volume: 17| Issue : 79 | Page no: 406-410

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