EXOGENOUS AND ENDOGENOUS RISK FACTORS FOR MATERNAL NON-DISJUNCTION OF CHROMOSOME 21
Sperling K1,* Pelz J2
*Corresponding Author: Professor Dr. Karl Sperling, Charité, Universitaetsmedizin Berlin, Institut fuer Humangenetik, Augustenburger Platz 1, 13353 Berlin, Germany; Tel.: +49-30-450-66081; Fax: +49-30-45-66904; E-mail: karl.sperling@charite.de
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