Maternal exposure to di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate exposure deregulates blood pressure, adiposity, cholesterol metabolism and social interaction in mouse offspring

Kuan I. Lee, Chin Wei Chiang, Hui Ching Lin, Jin Feng Zhao, Cheng Ta Li, Song Kun Shyue, Tzong Shyuan Lee*

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