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E. M. Santos, Cardoso, R., Souza, G. R. L., Goulart, L. R., Heinemann, M. B., Leite, R. C., and Reis, J. K. P., Selection of peptides for serological detection of equine infectious anemia, vol. 11, pp. 2182-2199, 2012.
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E. M. Santos, Paula, J. F. R., Motta, P. M. C., Heinemann, M. B., Leite, R. C., Haddad, J. P. A., Del Puerto, H. L., and Reis, J. K. P., Comparison of three methods of DNA extraction from peripheral blood mononuclear cells and lung fragments of equines, vol. 9. pp. 1591-1598, 2010.
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A. M. Souza, Reis, J. K. P., Assis, R. A., Horta, C. C., Siqueira, F. F., Facchin, S., Alvarenga, E. R., Castro, C. S., Salvarani, F. M., Silva, R. O. S., Pires, P. S., Contigli, C., Lobato, F. C. F., and Kalapothakis, E., Molecular cloning and expression of epsilon toxin from Clostridium perfringens type D and tests of animal immunization, vol. 9, pp. 266-276, 2010.
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