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facilitates
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factor
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factor-1
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factor-5
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factor-a
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factor-alpha
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factor-beta
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factor-beta2
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factor-c
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factor-erythroid
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factor-ii
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factor-induced
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factor-kappa
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factor-kappab
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factor-related
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factor-stimulated
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factor/igf-binding
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factors
failing
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failsafe
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failure
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false
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familial
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family
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farnesoid
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fas
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faslfas
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fast
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fasting
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fat
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fatigue
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fatty
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favorable
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fcepsilonrialpha
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fcepsilonribeta
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features
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fecal
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fed-to-fasting
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feeding
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female
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fenofibrate
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ferritin
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fetal
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ff
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fgf
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fgf15
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fibroblast
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fibroblast-like
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fibroblast-mediated
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fibroblasts
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fibronectin
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fibrosis
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fic1
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filterable
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fine
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finger
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fish
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five
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fkbp51
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florida
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flow
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fludarabine
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fluorescence-based
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fluorescent
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fluorescently
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fluorogenic
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flux
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fmr1
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foggy/spt5
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folate
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follicle
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follicular
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follistatin
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for
formaldehyde-fixed
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formalin-fixed
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formation
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four
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foxm1
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fra-1
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fraction
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fragile
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free
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frequency
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frequent
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frequently
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from
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frontal
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fucosyltransferase
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full-length
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fulminant
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function
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functional
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functionally
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functions
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fusion
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fxr-/-
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fxr-mediated
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Investigation in liver tissues and cell lines of the transcription of 13 genes mapping to the 16q24 region that are frequently deleted in hepatocellular carcinoma
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CHC1-L, a candidate gene for prostate carcinogenesis at 13q14.2, is frequently affected by loss of heterozygosity and underexpressed in human prostate cancer
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Tight junction proteins claudin-3 and claudin-4 are frequently overexpressed in ovarian cancer but not in ovarian cystadenomas
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SLIT2, a human homologue of the Drosophila Slit2 gene, has tumor suppressor activity and is frequently inactivated in lung and breast cancers
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