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J. V. Luz, Alcântara-Neto, A. S., Batista, R. I. T. P., Souza, J. M. G., Teixeira, D. I. A., Melo, L. M., and Freitas, V. J. F., Expression of CD44 in sheep oocytes and preimplantation embryos, vol. 11, pp. 799-809, 2012.
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