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Prenatal-diagnosis and Fetal Pathology of Partial Trisomy 20p - Monosomy 4p Resulting From Paternal Translocation

Bibliographic reference Vamos, E. ; Pratola, D. ; Vanregemorter, N. ; Freund, M. ; Flamentdurand, J. ; et. al. Prenatal-diagnosis and Fetal Pathology of Partial Trisomy 20p - Monosomy 4p Resulting From Paternal Translocation. In: Prenatal Diagnosis, Vol. 5, no. 3, p. 209-214 (1985)
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