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Change and Stability in Sibling Physical Fitness: The Portuguese Sibling Study.Academic Article Why?
Sibling Similarity in Metabolic Syndrome: The Portuguese Sibling Study on Growth, Fitness, Lifestyle and Health.Academic Article Why?
Evidence for pancreatic beta-cell dysfunction in brothers of women with polycystic ovary syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Sister Mary Joseph nodule from prostate cancer.Academic Article Why?
Antipain-mediated suppression of sister chromatid exchanges induced by an inhibitor of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase.Academic Article Why?
Change and Stability in Sibling Resemblance in Obesity Markers: The Portuguese Sibling Study on Growth, Fitness, Lifestyle, and Health.Academic Article Why?
Multilevel modelling of somatotype components: the Portuguese sibling study on growth, fitness, lifestyle and health.Academic Article Why?
Profile Resemblance in Health-Related Markers: The Portuguese Sibling Study on Growth, Fitness, Lifestyle, and Health.Academic Article Why?
Resemblance in physical activity levels: The Portuguese sibling study on growth, fitness, lifestyle, and health.Academic Article Why?
A tale of two brothers: anomalous coronary arteries in two siblings.Academic Article Why?
Dyslipidemia and metabolic syndrome in the sisters of women with polycystic ovary syndrome.Academic Article Why?
A compounding of errors: the case of bone marrow donation between non-intimate siblings.Academic Article Why?
Novel ERCC2 mutation in two siblings with trichothiodystrophy.Academic Article Why?
Reliability of self-reported ancestry among siblings: implications for genetic association studies.Academic Article Why?
Urine risk factors in children with calcium kidney stones and their siblings.Academic Article Why?
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