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- Rodrigo Marino, University of Melbourne
- Fausto Mendes, University of São Paulo
- Peter Robinson, University of Sheffield
- Anton Sculean, Universität Bern
- Hidenobu Senpuku, National Institute of Infectious Diseases
- Elaine Zhang, BioMed Central
An explorative study using novel multiple correspondence analysis to uncover two distinctive and significant dimensions of mothers’ health behaviors which are related to potential oral bacterial transmission to their children.
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