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|Query Trace: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and KISS1[original query]|
| rs4889 polymorphism in KISS1 gene, its effect on polycystic ovary syndrome development and anthropometric and hormonal parameters in Saudi women.
Journal of biomedical science 2018 May 25 (1): 50.
Albalawi Fadwa S, Daghestani Maha H, Daghestani Mazin H, Eldali Abdelmoneim, Warsy Arjumand
| Association of Kiss1 and GPR54 Gene Polymorphisms with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome among Sri Lankan Women.
BioMed research international 2019 2019 6235680.
Branavan Umayal, Muneeswaran Kajan, Wijesundera W S S, Senanayake Anoma, Chandrasekharan N Vishvanath, Wijeyaratne Chandrika
| Influence of KISS1 gene polymorphisms on the risk of polycystic ovary syndrome and its associated variables, in Saudi women.
BMC endocrine disorders 2020 May 20 (1): 59.
Daghestani Maha H, Daghestani Mazin H, Daghistani Mamoon, Ambreen Khushboo, Albalawi Fadwa S, AlNeghery Lina M, Warsy Arjumand
| Relevance of KISS1 gene polymorphisms in susceptibility to polycystic ovary syndrome and its associated endocrine and metabolic disturbances.
British journal of biomedical science 2020 2 77 (4): 185-190.
Daghestani M H, Daghestani M H, Daghistani M, Ambreen K, Almuammar M N, Al Neghery L M, Warsy A
| Association analysis of KISS1 polymorphisms and haplotypes with polycystic ovary syndrome.
British journal of biomedical science 2020 12 78 (4): 201-205.
Farsimadan M, Moammadzadeh Ghosi F, Takamoli S, Vaziri
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