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Brief report: non-random X chromosome inactivation in females with autism.Academic Article Why?
Comparison of X-chromosome inactivation patterns in multiple tissues from human females.Academic Article Why?
X-chromosome inactivation patterns in females with Prader-Willi syndrome.Academic Article Why?
X Chromosome InactivationConcept Why?
X chromosome inactivation and candidate gene studies in females with autismGrant Why?
Talebizadeh, ZohrehPerson Why?
Chromophore-Assisted Light InactivationConcept Why?
Inactivation, MetabolicConcept Why?
Virus InactivationConcept Why?
Analysis of expressed SNPs identifies variable extents of expression from the human inactive X chromosome.Academic Article Why?
Leeder, J. StevenPerson Why?
Epigenetic regulation of ADME-related genes: focus on drug metabolism and transport.Academic Article Why?
Prediction of CYP2D6 phenotype from genotype across world populations.Academic Article Why?
Gaedigk, AndreaPerson Why?
Detoxification of aldehydes by histidine-containing dipeptides: from chemistry to clinical implications.Academic Article Why?
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