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Angioid streaks with severe macular dysfunction and generalised retinal involvement due to a homozygous duplication in the ABCC6 gene

(2012) EYE. 26(5). p.753-755
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Tan, MH, Olivier Vanakker, HV Tran, AG Robson, JE Lai-Cheong, R Groves, GE Holder, and AT Moore. 2012. “Angioid Streaks with Severe Macular Dysfunction and Generalised Retinal Involvement Due to a Homozygous Duplication in the ABCC6 Gene.” EYE 26 (5): 753–755.
APA
Tan, M., Vanakker, O., Tran, H., Robson, A., Lai-Cheong, J., Groves, R., Holder, G., et al. (2012). Angioid streaks with severe macular dysfunction and generalised retinal involvement due to a homozygous duplication in the ABCC6 gene. EYE, 26(5), 753–755.
Vancouver
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Tan M, Vanakker O, Tran H, Robson A, Lai-Cheong J, Groves R, et al. Angioid streaks with severe macular dysfunction and generalised retinal involvement due to a homozygous duplication in the ABCC6 gene. EYE. 2012;26(5):753–5.
MLA
Tan, MH, Olivier Vanakker, HV Tran, et al. “Angioid Streaks with Severe Macular Dysfunction and Generalised Retinal Involvement Due to a Homozygous Duplication in the ABCC6 Gene.” EYE 26.5 (2012): 753–755. Print.
@article{3208041,
  author       = {Tan, MH and Vanakker, Olivier and Tran, HV and Robson, AG and Lai-Cheong, JE and Groves, R and Holder, GE and Moore, AT},
  issn         = {0950-222X},
  journal      = {EYE},
  keyword      = {MUTATION,PSEUDOXANTHOMA-ELASTICUM},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {753--755},
  title        = {Angioid streaks with severe macular dysfunction and generalised retinal involvement due to a homozygous duplication in the ABCC6 gene},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/eye.2011.344},
  volume       = {26},
  year         = {2012},
}

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