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2010
L. F. B. Pinto, Ferraz, J. B. S., Meirelles, F. V., Eler, J. P., Rezende, F. M., Carvalho, M. E., Almeida, H. B., and Silva, R. C. G., Association of SNPs on CAPN1 and CAST genes with tenderness in Nellore cattle, vol. 9, pp. 1431-1442, 2010.
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