Effects of maternal, gestational, and perinatal variables on neonatal line width observed in a modern UK birth cohort.

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Summary of "Effects of maternal, gestational, and perinatal variables on neonatal line width observed in a modern UK birth cohort."

The objective of this study was to explore potential relationships between neonatal line (NNL) width and early life history variables such as maternal health, gestation, the birth process, and perinatal health.


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Name: American journal of physical anthropology
ISSN: 1096-8644


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