Iranian Journal of Public Health 2018. 47(3):455-457.

rs12480307 and rs6050307 Polymorphisms of VSX1 Gene in Patient with Keratoconusin Southwest Iran Using PCR-RFLP
Raziyeh KARAMI ESHKAFTAKI, Effat FARROKHI, Fatemeh HEYBATI GOJANI, Najmeh SALEHI VANANI, Maryam KARAMI ESHKAFTAKI, Ezzatollah MEMARZADEH, Morteza HASHEMZADEH CHALESHTORI

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