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Research Letter: Folic acid supplementation and intake of folate in pregnancy in relation to offspring risk of autism spectrum disorder

  • M. Strøm (a1) (a2), C. Granström (a1), K. Lyall (a3), A. Ascherio (a4) (a5) and S.F. Olsen (a1) (a4)...
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*Address for correspondence: M. Strøm, Ph.D., Centre for Fetal Programming, Department of Epidemiology Research, Statens Serum Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark. (E-mail: mrm@ssi.dk)

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