No association between prenatal viral infection and depression in later life--a long-term cohort study of 6152 subjects
AffiliationUniversity of Aberdeen
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CitationPang, D. (2009) 'No association between prenatal viral infection and depression in later life--a long-term cohort study of 6152 subjects' Can J Psychiatry 54 (8):565-70
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