The wide spectrum of myofibrillar myopathy suggests a multifactorial etiology and pathogenesis

A. A. Amato, K. Kagan-Hallet, C. E. Jackson, S. Lampkin, G. I. Wolfe, M. Ferrante, E. H. Bigio, R. J. Barohn

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