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Authors: Celia Machin, Carmen Rúa, BEGOŃA Diaz and Rosa María Arahuetes

. 12 1 9. Zarrow, M. X., Philpott, J. E., Denenberg, V. H. (1970) Corticosterone passes from mother to young through placenta. Nature 226 , 1058

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Authors: Edit Gara, Éva Gesztes, Richárd Doroszlai and Gábor Zacher

–45. Cakir, Z., Emet, M., Caner, I., et al.: Case report of carbon monoxide poisoning in a pregnant patient: mother died, baby survived. Hong Kong J. Emerg. Med., 2009, 16 (3), 176–178. Farrow, J. R., Davis, G. J., Roy

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Asszmann A. Women, mother, infant and children protection. In: Ádány R. (ed.) Preventive medicine and public health. [A nő-, anya-, csecsemő- és gyermek-egészségvédelem. In: Ádány R. (szerk.) Megelőző orvostan és

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Authors: János Bókay, Erika Kiss, Erika Simon and László Szőnyi

influencing outcomes in the offspring of mothers with phenylketonuria during pregnancy: the importance of variation in maternal blood phenylalanine. Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 2008, 88 , 700–705. Baudin J

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. (1999) Effects of iodine repletion on thyroid morphology in iodine and/or selenium deficient rat term fetuses, pups and mothers. Biochimie 81 , 485–491. Braverman L. E. Effects of

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Authors: Beáta Szalóczi, Ágnes Harmath, Barbara Pete, Eszter Kovács, János Rigó jr. and Júlia Hajdú

Heuchan, A. M., Powls, A., Brennand, J. és mtsa: Neonatal thyrotoxicosis-screening and management. 2007, Queen Mother’s Hospital, Glasgow. http://www.clinicalguidelines.scot.nhs.uk/PD%20guidelines

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Authors: József Gábor Joó, Artúr Beke, Attila Rab, Ákos Csaba, Enikő Berkes, Zoltán Papp, Csaba Papp and János Rigó

. M., Raman, S., Mousseau, G.: Reproductive history in the mothers of anencephalics. J. Chron. Dis., 1978, 31 , 473–481. Mousseau G. Reproductive history in the mothers of

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Authors: GM Sakakima, ER dos Santos, GC Bueno, MS Rempel, JP Furlan, CEM da Costa, VAF Godoi and MMD Pedrosa

-litter group (S). The assignment of the litters to group C or S depended on the litter size and number of females per litter, so that mixing of litters was kept to a minimum. The pups remained with their mothers until the age of 21 days (weaning), when the

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Authors: Éva Baranyi and Gábor Winkler

Beyerlein, A., Von Kries, R., Hummel, M. és mtsai: Improvement in pregnancy-related outcomes in the offspring of diabetic mothers in Bavaria, Germany, during 1987–2007. Diabetic. Med., 2010, 27

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.W. Chamley 2008 Sex of bovine embryos may be related to mothers’ preovulatory follicular testosterone Biology of Reproduction 78 812 815

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