Intronic variation of the SOHLH2 gene confers risk to male reproductive impairment

Miriam Cerván-Martín, M. Irene Suazo-Sánchez, Rocío Rivera-Egea, Nicolás Garrido, Saturnino Luján, Gema Romeu, Samuel Santos-Ribeiro, José A. Castilla, M. Carmen Gonzalvo, Ana Clavero, F. Javier Vicente, Vicente Maldonado, Miguel Burgos, Francisco J. Barrionuevo, Rafael Jiménez, Josvany Sánchez-Curbelo, Olga López-Rodrigo, M. Fernanda Peraza, Iris Pereira-Caetano, Patricia I. MarquesFilipa Carvalho, Alberto Barros, Lluís Bassas, Susana Seixas, João Gonçalves, Sara Larriba, Alexandra M. Lopes, Rogelio J. Palomino-Morales, F. David Carmona, Carlos Calhaz-Jorge, Ana Aguiar, Joaquim Nunes, Sandra Sousa, Maria Graça Pinto, Sónia Correia, Alberto Pacheco, Cristina González, Susana Gómez, David Amorós, Jesús Aguilar, Fernando Quintana

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