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Regional chromosomal assignments for four members of the Myocyte-specific Enhancer-binding Factor 2 gene family to human chromosomes 15q, 19q, 5q, and 1q


, : Regional chromosomal assignments for four members of the Myocyte-specific Enhancer-binding Factor 2 gene family to human chromosomes 15q, 19q, 5q, and 1q. American Journal of Human Genetics 55(3 SUPPL ): A188


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