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Re: Craniofacial development: current concepts in the molecular basis of Treacher Collins syndrome

      We commend van Gijn et al.
      • van Gijn D.R.
      • Tucker A.S.
      • Cobourne M.T.
      Craniofacial development: current concepts in the molecular basis of Treacher Collins syndrome.
      for their publication on the molecular basis of Treacher-Collins syndrome and we agree with them about the salient points. However, we would like to bring to the reader's attention points that were not raised and in our opinion are pertinent.
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        • Tucker A.S.
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        Craniofacial development: current concepts in the molecular basis of Treacher Collins syndrome.
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