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NIH-JHH molecular disease rounds : xeroderma pigmentosa.

Bethesda, Md. : Medical Arts and Photography Branch, National Institutes of Health, 197-?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 71 x 43 cm.

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Two thirds of the poster consists of a stack of brown circles and ovals with black circles or ovals inside them. The discussants are V. McKusick, M. Lutzner, J. Robbins, and P. Burk. The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is January 19.

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<p>Two thirds of the poster consists of a stack of brown circles and ovals with black circles or ovals inside them.  The discussants are V. McKusick, M. Lutzner, J. Robbins, and P. Burk.  The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is January 19.</p>
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NIH-JHH molecular disease rounds : xeroderma pigmentosa.

Bethesda, Md. : Medical Arts and Photography Branch, National Institutes of Health, 197-?

<p>Two thirds of the poster consists of a stack of brown circles and ovals with black circles or ovals inside them.  The discussants are V. McKusick, M. Lutzner, J. Robbins, and P. Burk.  The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is January 19.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 71 x 43 cm.

ABSTRACT

Two thirds of the poster consists of a stack of brown circles and ovals with black circles or ovals inside them. The discussants are V. McKusick, M. Lutzner, J. Robbins, and P. Burk. The moderator is D.S. Fredrickson, and the date given is January 19.

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