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Prenatal imprinting by environmental toxicants: really an important issue?

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Prenatalne naznaczenie genetyczne (imprinting) wywołane przez toksyny środowiskowe – czy rzeczywiście ważna sprawa?
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Prenatal imprinting of sexual behaviour and of other traits by environmental toxicants has been one important topic in the ongoing discussions in environmental medicine. This review of the literature shows that, so far, concrete data are sparse and, in part, contradictory.
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Prenatalne naznaczenie, czyli imprinting zachowania seksualnego i innych cech wywołane toksynami środowiskowymi było ważnym tematem w toczących się dyskusjach w medycynie środowiskowej. Przegląd dotychczasowego piśmiennictwa wykazuje, że udokumentowane dane są skąpe i w części sprzeczne.
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18
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2
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7-10
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  • Kinderumwelt gemeinnützige GmbH der Deutschen Akademie für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin (DAKJ) e.V, info@uminfo.de
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  • Kinderumwelt gemeinnützige GmbH der Deutschen Akademie für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin (DAKJ) e.V
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