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- Wang, Caifeng, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Environmental pollution 2016 v.211 pp. 67-73
- adverse effects; animals; blood serum; cadmium; human population; infants; maternal exposure; mothers; neurodevelopment; China
- ... Although animal studies suggested that prenatal cadmium exposure can cause neurodevelopmental deficits, little is explored in human populations, or its mechanism. We investigated the association between prenatal cadmium exposures and infants' developmental quotients (DQs) based on the Gesell Developmental Schedules (gross motor, fine motor, adaptive, language, and social domains) at 12 months of a ...