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Elevated acute-phase protein in stunted Nepali children reporting low morbidity: different rural and urban profiles

  • C. Panter-Brick (a1), P. G. Lunn (a2), R. Baker (a3) and A. Todd (a1)
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*Corresponding author: Dr C. Panter-Brick, fax +44 (0) 191 3742870 email catherine.panter-brick@durham.ac.uk
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