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Does dietary folic acid supplementation in mouse NTD models affect neural tube development or gamete preference at fertilisation?

PMID 25154628

Examples of congenital defects in Apob and Lp mutant mice. A. Normal embryo, B. Apob – exencephaly, C. Lp – craniorachischosis, and D. Lp – loop-tail.

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