NAT2 slow acetylation haplotypes are associated with the increased risk of betel quidrelated oral and pharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma

Yu Yi Hou, Hui Ling Ou, Sau Tung Chu, Pi Chuang Wu, Pei Jung Lu, Chao Chuan Chi, Kam Wing Leung, Chien Yiing Lee, Pi Hsiung Wu, Michael Hsiao, Luo Ping Ger

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