Animals on the verge: What different species can teach us about human puberty

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  1. Shraddha Chakradhar is Nature Medicine's assistant news editor in Boston.

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Chakradhar, S. Animals on the verge: What different species can teach us about human puberty. Nat Med 24, 114–117 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm0218-114

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