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Jian Tu, Boyan Huang, Yu Zhang, Yuxi Zhang, Ting Xue, Shaocan Li and Kezong Qi

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Alise Jakovele, Vizma Nikolajeva, Jūlija Trofimova and Natalja Ivanova

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Husnu Sahan Guran, Aydın Vural, Mehmet Emin Erkan and Halil Durmusoglu

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A. Kandričáková, A. Lauková and V. Strompfová

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Katarzyna Wolska, Barbara Kot, Halina Mioduszewska, Cezary Sempruch, Lidia Borkowska and Katarzyna Rymuza

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P. Sedlák, J. Mazáková, V. Sedláková, P. Ryšánek, P. Vejl and P. Doležal

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Inese Kokina and Isaak Rashal

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Jian Tu, Ting Xue, Kezong Qi, Ying Shao, Boyan Huang, Xueyan Wang and Xiuhong Zhou

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A. Sałamaszyńska-Guz, M.M. Godlewski and D. Klimuszko

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A. Bancerz-Kisiel, A. Szczerba-Turek, A. Platt-Samoraj and W. Szweda

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