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Maternal Diets Trigger Sex-Specific Divergent Trajectories of Gene Expression and Epigenetic Systems in Mouse Placenta

Bibliographic reference Gabory, Anne ; Ferry, Laure ; Fajardy, Isabelle ; Jouneau, Luc ; Gothié, Jean-David ; et. al. Maternal Diets Trigger Sex-Specific Divergent Trajectories of Gene Expression and Epigenetic Systems in Mouse Placenta. In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, no. 11 (2012)
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