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Ulate-Campos A., Fons C, Campistol J. Martorell L, Cancho-Cadela R, Eiris J, Lopez-Laso E, Pineda M, Sans A, Velazquez R. “Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood: ATP1A3 Gene Analysis in 16 Patients.” Med Clin. (April 23, 2014). (in Spanish)

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