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Content of Free Fetal DNA in Maternal Blood and Expression of DNA Recognition Receptors ZBP-1 in Placental Tissue in Preeclampsia and Preterm Labor

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Content of Free Fetal DNA in Maternal Blood and Expression of DNA Recognition Receptors ZBP-1 in Placental Tissue in Preeclampsia and Preterm Labor
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Bulletin of Experimental Biology & Medicine, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10517-019-04665-z
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O. R. Baev, A. O. Karapetian, N. V. Nizyaeva, А. А. Sadekova, A. M. Krasniy

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