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Genetics of Type 1 Diabetes: What's Next?

By Flemming Pociot, Beena Akolkar, Patrick Concannon, Henry A. Erlich, Cécile Julier, Grant Morahan, Concepcion R. Nierras, John A. Todd, Stephen S. Rich and Jørn Nerup
Topics: Perspectives in Diabetes
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
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