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|Query Trace: Hirsutism and INSR[original query]|
| Genetic polymorphisms of INS, INSR and IRS-1 genes are not associated with polycystic ovary syndrome in Croatian women.
Collegium antropologicum 2013 Mar 37 (1): 141-6.
Skrgati? Lana, Baldani Dinka Pavici?, Gersak Ksenija, Cerne Jasmina Ziva, Ferk Polonca, Cori? Mar
| Single-nucleotide polymorphism of INS, INSR, IRS1, IRS2, PPAR-G and CAPN10 genes in the pathogenesis of polycystic ovary syndrome.
Journal of genetics 2017 Mar 96 (1): 87-96.
Thangavelu Maheswari, Godla Usha Rani, Paul Solomon F D, Maddaly Ra
| Investigation of the FSHR, CYP11, and INSR Mutations and Polymorphisms in Iranian Infertile Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
Reports of biochemistry & molecular biology 2021 5 9 (4): 470-477.
Seyed Abutorabi Elaheh, Hossein Rashidi Batool, Irani Shiva, Haghollahi Fedyeh, Bagheri Mary
| Clinical Manifestations of Hyperandrogenism and Ovulatory Dysfunction Are Not Associated with His1058 C/T SNP (rs1799817) Polymorphism of Insulin Receptor Gene Tyrosine Kinase Domain in Kashmiri Women with PCOS.
International journal of endocrinology 2021 12 2021 7522487.
Rasool Shayaq Ul Abeer, Ashraf Sairish, Nabi Mudasar, Masoodi Shariq R, Fazili Khalid M, Amin Shajr
| Pilot study on evaluation and determination of the prevalence of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) associated gene markers in the South Indian population.
Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism 2022 3 25 (6): 551-558.
Ramanathan Balaji, Murugan Jeyasudha, Velayutham Kumarav
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