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|The Difference of Anaerobic Power Based on Muslce Power Sports Athletes in ACTN3 Genotype|
|Seok-ki Min, Seung-Taek Lim, Hong-Sun Song, Kwang-Jun Kim, Tae-Beom Seo|
|Korean J Sport Sci. 2015;26(3):461-468. Published online September 30, 2015|
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