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Recurrent nasal polyps as a monosymptomatic form of cystic fibrosis associated with a novel in-frame deletion (591del18) in the CFTR gene



Recurrent nasal polyps as a monosymptomatic form of cystic fibrosis associated with a novel in-frame deletion (591del18) in the CFTR gene



Human Molecular Genetics 4(8): 1463-1464




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PMID: 7581390

DOI: 10.1093/hmg/4.8.1463



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