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W. R. Hou, Hou, Y. L., Wu, G. F., Song, Y., Su, X. L., Sun, B., and Li, J., cDNA, genomic sequence cloning and overexpression of ribosomal protein gene L9 (rpL9) of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), vol. 10, pp. 1576-1588, 2011.
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