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J. J. Fernández, Martínez, R., Andújar, E., Pérez-Alegre, M., Costa, A., Bonilla-Henao, V., Sobrino, F., Pintado, C. Ó., and Pintado, E., Gene expression profiles in the cerebellum of transgenic mice over expressing the human FMR1 gene with CGG repeats in the normal range, vol. 11, pp. 467-483, 2012.
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