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Sideroblastic anemia: molecular analysis of the ALAS2 gene in a series of 29 probands and functional studies of 10 missense mutations.

Bibliographic reference Ducamp, Sarah ; Kannengiesser, Caroline ; Touati, Mohamed ; Garçon, Loïc ; Guerci-Bresler, Agnès ; et. al. Sideroblastic anemia: molecular analysis of the ALAS2 gene in a series of 29 probands and functional studies of 10 missense mutations.. In: Human mutation, Vol. 32, no.6, p. 590-7 (2011)
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