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A new case of 17p13.3p13.1 microduplication resulted from unbalanced translocation: clinical and molecular cytogenetic characterization

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Title
A new case of 17p13.3p13.1 microduplication resulted from unbalanced translocation: clinical and molecular cytogenetic characterization
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Molecular Cytogenetics, August 2021
DOI 10.1186/s13039-021-00562-1
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Zhanna G. Markova, Marina E. Minzhenkova, Lyudmila A. Bessonova, Nadezda V. Shilova

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