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Partial androgen insensitivity due to androgen receptor gene DNA binding domain point mutation in two prepubertal brothers



Partial androgen insensitivity due to androgen receptor gene DNA binding domain point mutation in two prepubertal brothers



Hormone Research 46(Suppl. 2): 116




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