PMID: 4747810Jan 1, 1973Paper

Chromosome studies in 5,049 consecutive newborn children

Clinical Genetics
U Friedrich, J Nielsen

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Jan 17, 1970·Lancet·S G RatcliffeA J Keay
Jan 1, 1970·Chromosoma·T CasperssonE J Modest
Mar 1, 1969·The Journal of Pediatrics·A L StewartM Melville
Apr 17, 1969·The New England Journal of Medicine·F SergovichM S Smout
Jan 1, 1972·Clinical Genetics·J Nielsen, U Friedrich
Mar 1, 1969·The Journal of Pediatrics·S WalzerP S Gerald
Dec 1, 1967·Journal of Medical Genetics·A I Taylor, E C Moores

Citations

Nov 1, 1978·Clinical Genetics·R M LiberfarbL B Holmes
Jan 1, 1978·Hereditas·J NielsenP Saldańa-Garcia
Mar 1, 1975·Clinical Genetics·K FriedR Krikler
Jan 1, 1988·International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health·K RasmussenJ Nielsen
Mar 1, 1985·Jinrui idengaku zasshi. The Japanese journal of human genetics·M HigurashiN Watanabe
Oct 10, 1974·The New England Journal of Medicine·L B Holmes
May 1, 1974·Annals of Human Genetics·P A JacobsJ Syme
Jul 1, 1974·Annals of Human Genetics·U Friedrich, J Nielsen
Feb 1, 1974·Psychological Medicine·J Nielsen, A L Christensen
Jan 1, 1974·Clinical Genetics·K R Christensen, J Nielsen
Jan 1, 1980·Human Genetics·J Nielsen, B Krag-Olsen
Feb 11, 2011·Cytogenetic and Genome Research·S KnebelW Schempp
May 1, 1978·Clinical Genetics·J Nielsen
Feb 1, 1976·Clinical Genetics·J JansenM Mikkelsen
Oct 20, 1975·Humangenetik·J Nielsen, I Sillesen
Feb 1, 1990·Acta paediatrica Scandinavica·R W Naeraa, J Nielsen
Jan 1, 1978·Annals of Human Genetics·A D CarothersA Frackiewicz
Feb 21, 1974·Humangenetik·U Friedrich, J Nielsen
Jan 1, 1984·Human Genetics·P Videbech, J Nielsen
Jan 1, 1974·Clinical Genetics·U Friedrich, J Nielsen
Aug 1, 1981·International Ophthalmology·R O Howard
Feb 1, 1975·Clinical Genetics·W R Centerwall, P R Merrell
Jan 1, 1973·Acta geneticae medicae et gemellologiae·E Zeuthen, J Nielsen
Jun 1, 1976·Clinical Genetics·J Nielsen, K Rasmussen
Aug 1, 1976·Clinical Genetics·I Halbrecht, F Shabtay
Jan 1, 1974·Clinical Genetics·F A Lecluse-van der BiltG J Vaandrager
Sep 20, 1973·Humangenetik·E Zeuthen, J Nielsen

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