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K. Y. Xu, Wang, S. H., Xi, L., Wang, Q. J., Dong, C., Zhang, J. Y., Qu, S. C., and Zhang, Z., Rapid determination of transgene copy number in tobacco by competitive PCR using a pair of SSR primers, vol. 9, pp. 935-940, 2010.
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