August 1997
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Aug97 Supplement, Vol. 20, pS75
Academic Journal
Presents an abstract of the research manuscript `Sandhoff's disease: An illustrative case in a Yemen family,' by M. Loubser et al. Rare gangliosidosis.


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