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Multivitamin folic acid supplementation in the earliest weeks of pregnancy reduces the prevalence of neural tube defects



Multivitamin folic acid supplementation in the earliest weeks of pregnancy reduces the prevalence of neural tube defects



American Journal of Human Genetics 45(4 Suppl.): A245




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