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Does full monosomy 21 exist?

A comment to the paper: A male infant with monosomy 21 by Y. Kaneko, T. Ikeuchi, M. Sasaki, Y. Satake and S. Kuwajima Humangenetik 29, 1–7 (1975)

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Schinzel, A. Does full monosomy 21 exist?. Hum Genet 32, 105–107 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00569984

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  • Internal Medicine
  • Metabolic Disease
  • Full Monosomy