Published in Biotech Business Week, January 26th, 2004
Humans and other mammals lacking sufficient folic acid shortly before they are born can suffer lifelong brain impairment, the UNC animal studies indicate. Such research can never be done directly in growing human fetuses for obvious reasons, scientists say.
"In the past few years, folic acid has been the single greatest success story in nutrition and in preventing birth defects," said...
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