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In automatic R-parity conserving SO(10) models, the simplest way to accomodate realistic fermion masses is to demand that that the light Higgs doublets be linear combinations of the 10 and 126-bar grand unified Higgs representations. We study the realization of this mixed light Higgs property consistent with doublet-triplet splitting in a minimal model and discuss its predictions for neutrino masses and implications for proton decay.doi:10.1103/physrevd.51.1353 pmid:10018594 fatcat:rsrxvco5xrfiphsdacmbmc5tni