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Tandem inversion duplication within F8 Intron 1 associated with mild haemophilia A.

Bibliographic reference Lannoy, Nathalie ; Bandelier, Claude ; Grisart, Bernard ; Reginster, Michel ; Ronge-Collard, Elisabeth ; et. al. Tandem inversion duplication within F8 Intron 1 associated with mild haemophilia A.. In: Haemophilia, Vol. 21, no. 4, p. 516-522 (2015)
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