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Anomalies du développement testiculaire : l’hypothèse d’une exposition aux perturbateurs endocriniens doit-elle se limiter à la vie fœtale et aux cellules germinales?

Abnormal testicular development: must the exposure to endocrine disruptors be limited to fetal life and germ cells?

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Mieusset, R. Anomalies du développement testiculaire : l’hypothèse d’une exposition aux perturbateurs endocriniens doit-elle se limiter à la vie fœtale et aux cellules germinales?. Basic Clin. Androl. 22, 67–68 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12610-012-0180-5

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