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Y. Lv, Cao, L. H., Pang, H., Lu, L. N., Li, J. L., Fu, Y., Qi, S. L., Luo, Y., and Li-Ling, J., Combined genetic and imaging diagnosis for two large Chinese families affected with Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease, vol. 11, pp. 2035-2044, 2012.
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L. H. Cao, Wang, L., Ji, C. Y., Wang, L. B., Ma, H. W., and Luo, Y., Novel and recurrent COL2A1 mutations in Chinese patients with spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia, vol. 11, pp. 4130-4137, 2012.
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L. H. Cao, Wang, L. B., Wang, S. S., Ma, H. W., Ji, C. Y., and Luo, Y., Identification of novel and recurrent mutations in the calcium binding type III repeats of cartilage oligomeric matrix protein in patients with pseudoachondroplasia, vol. 10, pp. 955-963, 2011.
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