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Accumulation of DNA Methylation Changes in the Progression of Gastritis to Gastric Cancer

By Zheming Lu and Dajun Deng

Submitted: May 9th 2012Reviewed: September 7th 2012Published: January 16th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/53147

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Zheming Lu and Dajun Deng (January 16th 2013). Accumulation of DNA Methylation Changes in the Progression of Gastritis to Gastric Cancer, Current Topics in Gastritis Gyula Mozsik, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/53147. Available from:

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