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Paléoenvironnement et chronologie des sites du domaine atlantique franc̜ais d'âge Pléistocène moyen et supérieur d'après l'étude des rongeurs
Dans divers sites paleontologiques d'Aquitaine et de Poitou-Charentes on etudie par traitement statistique des populations de rongeurs (en particulier le genre Arvicola) au Pleistocene ce qui permetExpand
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A Neanderthal face? The proto-figurine from La Roche-Cotard, Langeais (Indreet-Loire, France)
A worked stone from a secure Mousterian context has a bone splinter driven through it and appears to modern eyes like an attempt to represent a face. The authors argue that a face was indeedExpand
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Homocystinuria due to 5,10‐methylenetetra‐hydrofolate reductase deficiency revealed by stroke in adult siblings
Three patients from a single family of six siblings had homocystinemia and homocystinuria due to 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase deficiency and had severe recurrent strokes in adult life.Expand
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Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase deficiency revealed by a neuropathy in a psychotic adult.
there was wasting and weakness of deltoid, biceps, and brachioradialis bilaterally; biceps and supinator reflexes were absent bilaterally but the triceps reflexes were present and there were noExpand
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Distribution and evolution of Arvicola Lacepede, 1799 [Mammalia, Rodentia] in France and Liguria [Italy] during the Middle and the Upper Pleistocene
A study of Arvicola (Mammalia, Rodentia) populations of France (Gaudry, Vaufrey, Suard, l'Eglise, Artenac, Moula-Guercy, Lazaret and Gigny) and Liguria (Arma delle Manie and Ripario Mochi) hasExpand
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