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2011
Z. Yang, Ke, Z. F., Zeng, C., Wang, Z., Shi, H. J., and Wang, L. T., Mutation characteristics in type I collagen genes in Chinese patients with osteogenesis imperfecta, vol. 10, pp. 177-185, 2011.
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