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Genetic variation in the odorant receptors family 13 and the mhc loci influence mate selection in a multiple sclerosis dataset

By Pouya Khankhanian, Pierre-Antoine Gourraud, Stacy J Caillier, Adam Santaniello, Stephen L Hauser, Sergio E Baranzini and Jorge R Oksenberg
Topics: Research Article
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