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Attaching great importance to the female’s power in scientific research

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QDX: project development, data collection, manuscript writing. SGW: project administration, manuscript writing and revising.

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Xia, QD., Wang, SG. Attaching great importance to the female’s power in scientific research. World J Urol (2021).

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