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The interface between assisted reproductive technologies and genetics: technical, social, ethical and legal issues

Bibliographic reference Soini, S ; Ibarreta, D ; Anastasiadou, V ; Ayme, S ; Braga, S ; et. al. The interface between assisted reproductive technologies and genetics: technical, social, ethical and legal issues. In: European Journal of Human Genetics, Vol. 14, no. 5, p. 588-645 (2006)
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