Diagnostic Genotyping of Drug Metabolising Enzyme Genes on Microarray: The DrugMEt™ Pharmacogenetic IVD Test

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Diagnostic Genotyping of Drug Metabolising Enzyme Genes on Microarray: The DrugMEt™ Pharmacogenetic IVD Test
 
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Hendolin PH, PhD, U Ristonmaa, MSc, A Liikola, MSc, P Kolu, MSc, T Varis, LabTech, A Lehtelä, LabTech. and V-P Korhonen, PhD

 
 

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