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Long-Term Clinical Profile of Children With the Low-Penetrance R92Q Mutation of the TNFRSF1A Gene

By M A Pelagatti, A Meini, R Caorsi, M Cattalini, S Federici, F Zulian, G Calcagno, A Tommasini, G Bossi, M P Sormani, F Caroli, A Plebani, I Ceccherini, A Martini and M Gattorno
Topics: Autoinflammatory Disease
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OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3112258
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