A family with the lip pits syndrome is described in which nine of the 11 affected members have hypodontia involving the second premolars.
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↵† Present address: Mammalian Genetics Section, Laboratory of Cellular and Comparative Physiology, Gerontology Research Center, Baltimore City Hospitals, Baltimore, Maryland 21224, USA.
↵* This work was aided by grants from the National Foundation—March of Dimes, Maternal and Child Health Service (USPHS), and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, USPHS.
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