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Neonatal lactic acidosis explained by LARS2 defect

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Conceptualization and data curation: B.D.P., J.S., R.K. and A.V.; formal analysis and methodology: A.V., R.V.C. and H.P.; project administration, resources and supervision: R.V.C. and A.V.; manuscript draft preparation: B.D.P.; review, editing and approval of the final version: all authors.

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De Paepe, B., Smet, J., Kopajtich, R. et al. Neonatal lactic acidosis explained by LARS2 defect. Pediatr Res (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-022-02169-7

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