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Maternal blood cadmium, lead and arsenic levels, nutrient combinations, and offspring birthweight

Luo, Y, McCullough, LE, Tzeng, J-Y, Darrah, T, Vengosh, A, Maguire, RL, Maity, A, Samuel-Hodge, C, Murphy, SK, Mendez, MA, and Hoyo, C. BMC public health 17, no. 1 (April 24, 2017): 354-.
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