M T Pinorini-Godly

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Maternal-fetal exchange of the potent tobacco-related human carcinogen, 4-aminobiphenyl, was studied in women nonsmokers and in women smokers as well as in the corresponding fetuses during pregnancy. Smoking status of the women in the study was assessed via questionnaire and measurement by immunoassay of serum cotinine in maternal and fetal blood samples.(More)
The maternal-fetal exchange of the potent tobacco-related human carcinogen 4-aminobiphenyl was studied in women smokers during pregnancy. The number of cigarettes smoked per day by each of the women in the study was assessed via questionnaire and by measurement by immunoassay of serum and urine cotinine in maternal and fetal blood samples. Maternal and(More)
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