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Потребление морепродуктов во время беременности и его влияние на развитие нервной системы в детстве (исследование ALSPAC): обсервационное когортное исследование

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2018.7(133):56–65

Joseph R Hibbeln, John M Davis, Colin Steer, Pauline Emmett, Imogen Rogers, Cathy Williams, Jean Golding
Лаборатория мембранной биофизики и биохимии, Национальный институт по проблемам злоупотребления алкоголем и алкоголизма США, Национальный институт здоровья США, Бетесда, MD 20952, США (J R Hibbeln MD) Университет Иллинойса в Чикаго, Чикаго, штат Иллинойс, США (Дж. М. Дэвис, MD) Отдел коммунальной медицины, Университет Бристоля, Великобритания (C Steer MSc, P Emmett PhD, I Rogers PhD, C Williams PhD, J Golding FMedSci)

Опубликовано: Lancet 2007; 369: 578-85


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