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The QT interval is a heritable quantitative trait with evidence for linkage to chromosome 3 in a genome-wide scan The Framingham Heart Study



The QT interval is a heritable quantitative trait with evidence for linkage to chromosome 3 in a genome-wide scan The Framingham Heart Study



Circulation 102(18 Supplement): II 584-II 585, October 31




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