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L. M. Magdalena, Coipan, E. C., Vladimirescu, A. F., Savu, L., Costache, M., and Gavrila, L., Downregulation of hsp22 gene expression in Drosophila melanogaster from sites located near chemical plants, vol. 11, pp. 739-745, 2012.
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S. E. Georgescu, Manea, M. A., Dudu, A., and Costache, M., Phylogenetic relationships of the Hucul horse from Romania inferred from mitochondrial D-loop variation, vol. 10, pp. 4104-4113, 2011.
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