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Y. X. Liu, Xu, C. H., Gao, T. Y., and Sun, Y., Polymorphisms of the ATP1A1 gene associated with mastitis in dairy cattle, vol. 11, pp. 651-660, 2012.
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Y. X. Liu, Zhou, X., Li, D. Q., Cui, Q. W., and Wang, G. L., Association of ATP1A1 gene polymorphism with heat tolerance traits in dairy cattle, vol. 9. pp. 891-896, 2010.
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