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D1s80 (pmct118) - Analysis of 3 Ethnic Subpopulations Living in Brussels

Bibliographic reference Sepulchre, MA. ; Wiegand, P. ; Brinkmann, B.. D1s80 (pmct118) - Analysis of 3 Ethnic Subpopulations Living in Brussels. In: International Journal of Legal Medicine, Vol. 108, no. 1, p. 45-47 (1995)
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