A DNA methylation classifier of cervical precancer based on human papillomavirus and human genes
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
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AuthorsBrentnall, AR; Vasiljevic, N; Scibior-Bentkowska, D; Cadman, L; Austin, J; Szarewski, A; Cuzick, J; Lorincz, AT
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