Common susceptibility alleles and SQSTM1 mutations predict disease extent and severity in a multinational study of patients with Paget's disease

O.M.E. Albagha, M.R. Visconti, N. Alonso, S. Wani, K. Goodman, W.D. Fraser, L. Gennari., D. Merlotti, F. Gianfrancesco, T. Esposito, D. Rendina, M. Di Stefano, G.C. Isaia, M.L. Brandi, F. Giusti, J. Del Pino Montes, L. Corral-Gudino, R. González-Sarmiento, L.C. Ward, S.L. ReaTom Ratajczak, John Walsh, S.H. Ralston

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