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Commentary on: Expression of cystathionine beta-synthase and histopathological observations in placentas of patients with Down syndrome

August 6th 2015 | B.D. Solomon*

Down syndrome, which occurs in about1 in 1,000 births, is the most common genetic cause of mental retardation and the most common aneuploidy in live births. Historical records show that the condition has been recognized for thousands of years [1, 2]. The first depictions in the medical literature were made in the first half...

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