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- Sherman, Stephanie L., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Environment international 2017 v.107 pp. 227-234
- adults; amniotic fluid; asparagine; aspartic acid; blood serum; children; cotinine; fetal development; maternal exposure; metabolism; mothers; nicotine; polyamines; pregnancy; public health; risk; smoke
- ... Decades of public health research have documented that smoking in pregnancy poses significant health risks to both mother and child. More recent studies have shown that even passive maternal exposure to secondhand smoke associates with negative birth outcomes. However, the mechanisms linking exposure to outcomes have remained obscure. As a first step toward defining the metabolic consequence of lo ...
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