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Hypo-allergenic formulae: what's in a name?

Bibliographic reference Buts, Jean-Paul ; Cadranel, S. ; Deprettere, A ; Scaillon, M ; Sokal, Etienne ; et. al. Hypo-allergenic formulae: what's in a name?. In: European journal of pediatrics, Vol. 153, no. 5, p. 390-2 (1994)
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