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        Time to cut the cord: recognizing and addressing the imbalance of DOHaD research towards the study of maternal pregnancy exposures – CORRIGENDUM
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In addition to the funding acknowledgments listed in the article, the authors wish to acknowledge further support from two grants from the Medical Research Council: MR/S009310/1 and MR/S036520/1.

Reference

Sharp, G., Schellhas, L., Richardson, S., & Lawlor, D. (2019). Time to cut the cord: Recognizing and addressing the imbalance of DOHaD research towards the study of maternal pregnancy exposures. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 10(5), 509512. doi:10.1017/S2040174419000072