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Chromosome Microarray and Undiagnosed Seizures in a Pediatric Patient

  • Angelika J. Dawson (a1) (a2) (a3), Aizeddin A. Mhanni (a2) (a3), Frances A. Booth (a4), Lorne Seargeant (a5) (a2), Daniele Bernier (a6), Michelle Tomiuk (a6), Jessica N. Hartley (a2) (a3), Michelle Strecker (a7) and Karine Hovanes (a7)...
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820 Sherbrook St. MS543H, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3A 1R9, Canada. Email: adawson@dsmanitoba.ca.

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