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10. The concept of mutation component of genetic diseases and its application for estimating the responsiveness of mendelian diseases to an increase in mutation rate



10. The concept of mutation component of genetic diseases and its application for estimating the responsiveness of mendelian diseases to an increase in mutation rate



Annals of the Icrp 29(3-4): 87-95




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