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Allopurinol pharmacogenetics: assessment of potential clinical usefulness

Zineh, Issam; Mummaneni, Padmaja; Lyndly, Jenna; Amur, Shashi; La Grenade, Lois A.; Chang, Stephen H.; Rogers, Hobart; Pacanowski, Michael A.


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