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F. Izadi, Mahjoubi, F., Farhadi, M., Tavakoli, M. M., and Samanian, S., A novel missense mutation in exon 7 of the ECM1 gene in an Iranian lipoid proteinosis patient, vol. 11, pp. 3955-3960, 2012.
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