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Lipoprotein metabolism of pregnant women is associated with both their genetic polymorphisms and those of their newborn children.

Bibliographic reference Descamps, Olivier S ; Bruniaux, Monique ; Guilmot, Pierre-Francois ; Tonglet, René ; Heller, Francis R. Lipoprotein metabolism of pregnant women is associated with both their genetic polymorphisms and those of their newborn children.. In: Journal of lipid research, Vol. 46, no. 11, p. 2405-14 (2005)
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