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Compound heterozygosity for frameshift mutations in the gene for lipoprotein lipase in a patient with early-onset chylomicronemia



Compound heterozygosity for frameshift mutations in the gene for lipoprotein lipase in a patient with early-onset chylomicronemia



Human Mutation Suppl 1: S141-S144




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PMID: 9452069

DOI: 10.1002/humu.1380110148


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