Data from: A cross sectional study of the relationship between the exposure of pregnant women to military attacks in 2014 in Gaza and the load of heavy metal contaminants in the hair of mothers and newborns

Manduca P, Diab SY, Qouta SR, Albarqouni NMA, Punamaki R

Date Published: May 9, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kr846

 

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Title 23 Metal load, median values, for mothers and their babies with different exposure to military attacks in 2014 in Gaza, Palestine
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Description 23 Metal load (median values) for mothers and their babies with different exposure to military attacks in 2014 in Gaza, Palestine.The whole cohort; exposed and resident women (group 1); exposed and relocated after the attacks women (group2); not exposed women and their newborns in 2015. analysis by ICP/MS
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Manduca P, Diab SY, Qouta SR, Albarqouni NMA, Punamaki R (2017) A cross sectional study of the relationship between the exposure of pregnant women to military attacks in 2014 in Gaza and the load of heavy metal contaminants in the hair of mothers and newborns. BMJ Open 7(7): e014035. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-014035

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Manduca P, Diab SY, Qouta SR, Albarqouni NMA, Punamaki R (2017) Data from: A cross sectional study of the relationship between the exposure of pregnant women to military attacks in 2014 in Gaza and the load of heavy metal contaminants in the hair of mothers and newborns. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kr846
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