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M. Balkan, İsi, H., İsi, H., Gedik, A., Erdemoğlu, M., and Budak, T., A small supernumerary marker chromosome, derived from chromosome 22, possibly associated with repeated spontaneous abortions, vol. 9. pp. 1683-1689, 2010.
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