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On An Autosomal-dominant Form of Retinal-cerebellar Degeneration - An Autopsy Study of 5 Patients in One Family

Bibliographic reference Martin, JJ. ; Vanregemorter, N. ; Krols, L. ; Brucher, Jean-Marie ; de Barsy, Thierry ; et. al. On An Autosomal-dominant Form of Retinal-cerebellar Degeneration - An Autopsy Study of 5 Patients in One Family. In: Acta Neuropathologica, Vol. 88, no. 4, p. 277-286 (1994)
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