Functional BSND variants in essential hypertension.

@article{Sile2007FunctionalBV,
  title={Functional BSND variants in essential hypertension.},
  author={Saba Sile and Niloufar B. Gillani and Digna R. Velez and Carlos G. Vanoye and Chang Yu and Loretta M. Byrne and James V. Gainer and Nancy J. Brown and Scott M. Williams and Alfred L. George},
  journal={American journal of hypertension},
  year={2007},
  volume={20 11},
  pages={
          1176-1182
        }
}

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