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J. M. Huang, Wang, Z. Y., Ju, Z. H., Wang, C. F., Li, Q. L., Sun, T., Hou, Q. L., Hang, S. Q., Hou, M. H., and Zhong, J. F., Two splice variants of the bovine lactoferrin gene identified in Staphylococcus aureus isolated from mastitis in dairy cattle, vol. 10, pp. 3199-3203, 2011.
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