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Associations Between Maternal Prenatal Phthalate Urinary Metabolite Concentrations and Child Mental and Motor Development at Age 3 Years



Associations Between Maternal Prenatal Phthalate Urinary Metabolite Concentrations and Child Mental and Motor Development at Age 3 Years



Epidemiology 22: S126-S127




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DOI: 10.1097/01.ede.0000392057.32473.08


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