De novo deletion at D13S317 locus: a case of paternal-child allele mismatch identified by microsatellite typing.

  title={De novo deletion at D13S317 locus: a case of paternal-child allele mismatch identified by microsatellite typing.},
  author={Venkanna Narkuti and Ravi N Vellanki and Narasimha M. Oraganti and Lakshmi Narasu Mangamoori},
  journal={Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry},
  volume={403 1-2},

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