Last Posted: Jan 03, 2020
- Systematic Review of the Genetics of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy: Potential Overlap With Sudden Cardiac Death and Arrhythmia-Related Genes.
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- Sudden unexplained death in the young: epidemiology, aetiology and value of the clinically guided genetic screening.
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- Importance of Variant Interpretation in Whole-Exome Molecular Autopsy: Population-Based Case Series.
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- Long QT molecular autopsy in sudden unexplained death in the young (1-40 years old): Lessons learnt from an eight year experience in New Zealand.
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