PMID: 4276149Apr 1, 1974Paper

Biochemical and clinical observations a pregnancy with placental sulphatase and other enzyme deficiencies

Clinical Endocrinology
R E OakeyR R Macdonald

Abstract

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Jan 1, 1982·Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease·M A Crawfurd
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