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A. K. Saxena, Gupta, J., Pandey, S., Gangopadhaya, A. N., and Pandey, L. K., Prevalence of cystathionine beta synthase gene mutation 852Ins68 as a possible risk for neural tube defects in eastern India, vol. 10, pp. 2424-2429, 2011.
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