Cot death clue

July 1996
New Scientist;7/13/96, Vol. 151 Issue 2038, p11
Reports on an Australian study implicating a hereditary muscle disease in cot death. Death of piglets born with malignant hyperpyrexia when the temperature in their incubators was raised; Risk of cot death in infants with malignant hyperpyrexia.


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