The Relationship of Maternal Gestational Mass Spectrometry-Derived Metabolites with Offspring Congenital Heart Disease: Results from Multivariable and Mendelian Randomization Analyses

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References: Taylor, K.; McBride, N.; Zhao, J.; Oddie, S.; Azad, R.; Wright, J.; Andreassen, O.A.; Stewart, I.D.; Langenberg, C.; Magnus, M.C.; et al. The Relationship of Maternal Gestational Mass Spectrometry-Derived Metabolites with Offspring Congenital Heart Disease: Results from Multivariable and Mendelian Randomization Analyses. J. Cardiovasc. Dev. Dis. 2022, 9, 237. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcdd9080237

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Taylor, K.; McBride, N.; Zhao, J.; Oddie, S.; Azad, R.; Wright, J.; Andreassen, O.A.; Stewart, I.D.; Langenberg, C.; Magnus, M.C.; Borges, M.C.; Caputo M.; Lawlor D.A.

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