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As evidenced by a large pedigree with 21 affected members, acrokeratoelastoidosis (AKE) is an autosomal dominant skin disease (10185; McKusick 1978). Linkage with genetic markers already assigned to human chromosomes could help to map the gene for this disease. Therefore 22 markers were investigated in 61 members of the AKE family. Loose linkage is possible(More)
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