Vol 28, No 5 (2021)
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Novel polygenetic variants evidenced in a patient with Jervell and Lange-Nielsen syndrome

Ana Cecilia Cepeda-Nieto1, Carlos Ramiro Zamora-Alemán1, Mauricio Cortes-Aguirre1, Roberto Valdés-Charles1, Cesar Rojas-Sánchez1, Mauricio Andrés Salinas-Santander1, Dan Hu2, Hector Barajas-Martinez3
Pubmed: 34165182
Cardiol J 2021;28(5):786-789.

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