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Biomarkers in medicine, 12/2008, Volume 2, Issue 6, p. 541
Alison M Goate is the Samuel & Mae S Ludwig Professor of Genetics in Psychiatry, Professor of Genetics and Professor of Neurology at Washington University... 
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