Results of the Inquiry and Citation Review

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2. Girelli, D., et al., The interaction between MTHFR 677 C-->T genotype and folate status is a determinant of coronary atherosclerosis risk. J Nutr, 2003. 133(5): p. 1281-5.

3. Kim, Y.I., Folate and carcinogenesis: evidence, mechanisms, and implications. J Nutr Biochem, 1999. 10(2): p. 66-88.

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5. UNESCO: Explanatory Memorandum on the Elaboration of the Preliminary Draft Declaration on the Universal Norms on Bioethics. SHS/EST/CIB-CIGB/05/CONF.202/4, Paris, February 2005.

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10. Council of Europe: Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine. Oviedo, 4.IV.1997.

11. Council for International Organisations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS): International Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects. Geneva, 2002.

12. UNESCO: Universal declaration on the human genome and human rights, 11 November, 1997.

13. UNESCO (Working Group of the International Bioethics Committee (IBC) on Genetic Data): Human Genetic Data: Preliminary Study by the IBC on its Collection, Processing, Storage and Use. SHS-503/01/CIB-8/3 (Rev. 2), Paris, 15 May 2002.

14. UNESCO: International Declaration on Human Genetic Data, 16 October 2003.

15. UNESCO (International Bioethics Committee (IBC)): Preliminary Draft Declaration on Universal Norms on Bioethics. SHS/EST/CIB-EXTR/05/Conf.202/2. Paris, 9 February 2005.

16. European Union: The 25 Recommendations on the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Genetic Testing, Brussels 2004.

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33. World Health Organization: Proposed International Guidelines on Ethical Issues in Medical Genetics and Genetic Services, Geneva, 15-16 December 1997.

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35. Clayton, E.W., et al., Informed consent for genetic research on stored tissue samples. Jama, 1995. 274(22): p. 1786-92.

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