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Sibel Elif Gültekin, Burcu Sengüven, Reemitcha Aziz, Carina Heydt and Reinhard Buettner

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Damla Tuncer Budanur, Merve Şirin, Elif Sepet, Meral Ünür, Mine Güllüoğlu, Mustafa Serdar Cantez and Özlem Durmaz Uğurcan

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Violeta Lokaj-Berisha, Naser Berisha, Besa Lumezi, Ganimete Bejtullahu and Luljeta Ahmetaj

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Nagwa Meguid, Motaza Omran, Iman Ghorab, Ahmed Dardir, Ehab Ragaa, Suzette Helal and Mona Anwar

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Alyaa Kotby, Mona Anwar, Ola El-Masry, Mostafa Awady, Ali El-Nashar and Nagwa Meguid

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Mohamad Shah Nurul Syazana, Wan Azman Wan Sulaiman, Ahmad Sukari Halim and Sulong Sarina

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Elizabeta Zisovska and Bratica Lazovska

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Suzette I. Helal, Ahmad Hegazi and Khaled Al-Menabbawy

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Amany A. Abdel Aal, Samar S. Attia, Nihal A. Hanafy, Abeer S. Al-Antably, Marwa A. Hassan, Walid El-Sherbiny and Aml S. Nasr

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Nikolina Zdraveska and Mirjana Kocova

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