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H. P. Xu, He, X. M., Fang, M. X., Hu, Y. S., Jia, X. Z., Nie, Q. H., and Zhang, X. Q., Molecular cloning, expression and variation analyses of the dopamine D2 receptor gene in pig breeds in China, vol. 10, pp. 3371-3384, 2011.
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H. P. Xu, Zeng, H., Zhang, D. X., Jia, X. L., Luo, C. L., Fang, M. X., Nie, Q. H., and Zhang, X. Q., Polymorphisms associated with egg number at 300 days of age in chickens, vol. 10, pp. 2279-2289, 2011.
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