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Does in utero exposure to heavy maternal smoking induce nicotine withdrawal symptoms in neonates?

Bibliographic reference Godding, Véronique ; Bonnier, Christine ; Fiasse, Leon ; Michel, M. ; Longueville, Etienne ; et. al. Does in utero exposure to heavy maternal smoking induce nicotine withdrawal symptoms in neonates?. In: Pediatric Research : international journal of human developmental biology, Vol. 55, no. 4, p. 645-651 (2004)
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