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C. P. Sodré, Guilherme, R. S., Meloni, V. F. A., Brunoni, D., Juliano, Y., Andrade, J. A. D., Belangero, S. I. N., Christofolini, D. M., Kulikowski, L. D., and Melaragno, M. I., Ring chromosome instability evaluation in six patients with autosomal rings, vol. 9, pp. 134-143, 2010.
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