Maternal vitamin K deficient embryopathy: Association with hyperemesis gravidarum and Crohn disease

@article{Toriello2013MaternalVK,
  title={Maternal vitamin K deficient embryopathy: Association with hyperemesis gravidarum and Crohn disease},
  author={H. Toriello and Miriam Erick and J. Alessandri and D. Bailey and N. Brunetti-Pierri and H. Cox and A. Fryer and D. Marty and C. Mccurdy and J. Mulliken and Helen Murphy and Joseph Omlor and R. Pauli and J. Ranells and Amarillis Sanchez-Valle and A. Tobiasz and L. van Maldergem and A. Lin},
  journal={American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A},
  year={2013},
  volume={161}
}
  • H. Toriello, Miriam Erick, +15 authors A. Lin
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine, Biology
  • American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A
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