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PKSPolyketide Synthase
PKSPublic Key Service
PKSPartai Keadilan Sejahtera (Indonesia)
PKSPrywatny Katalog Stron (Polish: Private Web Directory)
PKSPolizeiliche Kriminalstatistik (German: Police Crime Statistics)
PKSPhi Kappa Sigma (international male fraternity)
PKSPalm Kernel Shell
PKSPallister-Killian Syndrome
PKSPrzedsiêbiorstwo Komunikacji Samochodowej (Polish bus lines)
PKSPolskie Katalogi Stron (Polish: Polish Website Directory)
PKSPublic Key System
PKSPartai Komunis Sejahtera
PKSPublic Key Schemes
PKSPenalty Kicks Saved (soccer)
PKSPseudorandom Keystream
PKSPanspoudastiki Kinisi Sunergasias (Greek Communist Students Party)
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Pallister-Killian syndrome. Am J Med Genet C Semin Med Genet 2014 Dec;166C(4):406-413.
Pallister-Killian syndrome: a study of 22 British patients.
Case of Pallister-Killian syndrome with imperforate anus.
Pallister-Killian syndrome: a report of 2 cases and review of its surgical aspects.
Novel clinical manifestations in Pallister-Killian syndrome: comprehensive evaluation of 59 affected individuals and review of previously reported cases.
Late-onset epileptic spasms in children with Pallister-Killian syndrome: a report of two new cases and review of the electroclinical aspects.
Seizure characteristics in Pallister-Killian syndrome. Am J Med Genet A 2012 Dec;158A(12):3026-3032.
Parental origin of the isochromosome 12p in Pallister-Killian syndrome: molecular analysis of one patient and review of the reported cases.
All the term IUGR infants but the one affected by Pallister-Killian syndrome exhibit a catch-up growth.
Jack was born with Pallister-Killian syndrome, a genetic condition which has left his immune system very weak, and means he is deaf and blind.
Little Jack was born with a combination of medical problems including the rare chromosomal disorder Pallister-Killian syndrome.
North Tyneside Council are to pay pounds 16,000 toward the extension, but the family need to contribute pounds 1,500 as well as buy a specially adapted disabled car to transport Jack, who was born with the genetic disorder Pallister-Killian syndrome, which has left his immune system very weak.