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Graph of the Frequency of GAA Repeat in FRDA Patients across Four Different Populations

This graph provides a geographical analysis of the GAA repeat expansion in FRDA patients across four different populations.

Illustration: z3294943

The raw data was collect from the study by Marino et al (2010). [1]


References

  1. <pubmed>20569261</pubmed>

Assessment

+ Relevant graph for GAA expansions on group topic. - You should explain more clearly how the graph was generated, as the original paper figures are not allowed to be reused and your regraphing of data should be explained here. - Legend should have explained why this was relevant and perhaps more on what a GAA expansion is and how it is measured.


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