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    920 - The American Journal of Pathology
    High miR-182 in Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    B.B. and L.N. conceived and designed the study, analyzed data, and wrote the manuscript; B.B., A.M.A., Z.R., and A.S. acquired and analyzed data; R.D. performed TMA scanning and assisted with inForm software analysis; P.H.G. provided advice on statistics and interpreted data; A.K.-B. provided the Outcome TMA; A.M. provided the Murphy TMA; the manuscript was reviewed and revised by all authors.
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