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Juvenile Onset Splenomegaly and Oculopathy Due to Germline Mutation in ALPK1

Overview of attention for article published in Journal of Clinical Immunology, January 2020
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Juvenile Onset Splenomegaly and Oculopathy Due to Germline Mutation in ALPK1
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Journal of Clinical Immunology, January 2020
DOI 10.1007/s10875-020-00741-6
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Linqing Zhong, Jun Wang, Wei Wang, Lin Wang, Meiying Quan, Xiaoyan Tang, Lijuan Gou, Min Wei, Juan Xiao, Tiannan Zhang, Ruifang Sui, Qing Zhou, Hongmei Song

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#12,545,861
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#755
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#102,289
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#3
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