Does the presence of AGG interruptions within the CGG repeat tract have a protective effect on the fertility phenotype of female FMR1 premutation carriers?

M. Friedman-Gohas, M. Kirshenbaum, A. Michaeli, N. Domniz, S. Elizur, H. Raanani, R. Orvieto, Y. Cohen

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