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|26||4||237-247||Chujo T.||Evaluation of cervical muscle strength in healthy adults using a newly devised cervical myodynamometer *|
|26||4||165-169||Harano T, et al||Aberrant mRNA Spliced in a β0-Thalassemic Gene Having a G →A Mutation at βIVS II-１|
|26||4||233-236||Ogasawara Y, et al.||Accidental exposures to hapatitis virus among hospital employees in Kawasaki Medical School Hospital *|
|26||4||161-164||Harano K, et al||Molecular Aspects of Transfusion Dependent Thalassemic Children in Myanmar: Analysis of Common β-Thalassemia in Myanmar by Amplification Refractory Mutation System (ARMS)|
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|26||4||155-159||Harano T, et al||Adult Onset, Chronic Anemias of Undermined Etiology, Myanmar|
|26||4||211-221||Mori Y.||Scanning electron microscopic observation on olfactory epithelium of the mouse embryos *|
|26||4||149-154||Harano T, et al||Prevalence of Hemoglobin E Among the Children Taking Regular Blood Transfusion at the Day Care Room, Yangon Children Hospital, Myanmar|
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