London Dysmorphology Database, London Neurogenetics Database and Dysmorphology Photo Library on CD-ROM [Version 3] 2001

  title={London Dysmorphology Database, London Neurogenetics Database and Dysmorphology Photo Library on CD-ROM [Version 3] 2001},
  author={J. -P. Fryns and Thomy de Ravel},
  journal={Human Genetics},

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