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The mutant in a family with autosomal-dominant spastic paresis in Northern Tibet was mapped by linkage analysis with several microsatellite markers to a gene locus at 14q11.2–q24.3, an area to which a few mutants leading to a condition with similar clinical signs have previously been mapped. The mutant observed in this pedigree probably arose de novo. Gene(More)
Pregnancy at high altitude (>2700 m) is associated with higher rates of fetal growth restriction and preeclampsia as well as alterations in placentation, including increased villous vascularization and reduced remodeling of maternal spiral arteries. Because circulatory fetal DNA concentrations were shown to be enhanced in pregnancies affected by(More)
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