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Antonio Lofù, Piero Mastrorilli, Maria Michela Dell’Anna, Matilda Mali, Raffaello Sisto and Rodolfo Vignola

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Masoud Moradi, Mehdi Fazlzadehdavil, Meghdad Pirsaheb, Yadollah Mansouri, Touba Khosravi and Kiomars Sharafi

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Olushola S. Ayanda, Olalekan S. Fatoki, Folahan A. Adekola, Bhekumusa J. Ximba, Olatunbosun S. Akinsoji and Leslie F. Petrik

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Katarzyna Rychlewska, Krystyna Konieczny and Michał Bodzek

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Paweł Falaciński

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Beata Karwowska

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Yusuf Uzun and Tekin Şahan

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Gabriela Ciobanu, Simona Barna and Maria Harja

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Hülya Boyacioglu

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Jerzy Straszko, Wiesław Parus and Wojciech Paterkowski

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