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M. S. Cai, Wang, B. Y., Cui, W., Zhao, Z. Y., Chen, J. H., Wen, X. M., Li, Z., and Li, M. L., Molecular characterization of the pseudorabies virus UL2 gene, vol. 12, pp. 4147-4161, 2013.
M. L. Li, Chen, J. H., Zhao, Z. Y., Zhang, K. J., Li, Z., Li, J., Mai, J. Y., Zhu, X. M., and Cai, M. S., Molecular cloning and characterization of the pseudorabies virus US1 gene, vol. 12, pp. 85-98, 2013.
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