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Y. Y. Cao, Li, Z. B., Li, Q. H., Chen, X. J., Chen, L., and Dai, G., Characterization of eight novel microsatellite markers in the green-lipped mussel Perna viridis (Mytilidae), vol. 12. pp. 344-347, 2013.
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Q. H. Li, Li, Z. B., Dai, G., Chen, X. J., Chen, L. N., Cao, Y. Y., Shangguan, J. B., and Ning, Y. F., Characterization of new microsatellite markers of Siganus fuscescens (Siganidae), vol. 12, pp. 2751-2754, 2013.
X. J. Chen, Li, Z. B., Chen, L., Cao, Y. Y., and Li, Q. H., Isolation and characterization of new microsatellite markers in the pen shell Atrina pectinata (Pinnidae), vol. 11, pp. 2884-2887, 2012.
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N. Jiang, Zheng, Y. H., Chen, X. J., Qiu, C., Zhang, X. F., Wen, S. H., and Bian, G. X., Molecular cloning and functional characterization of a mouse ccl6 analog gene in the rat, vol. 11, pp. 3889-3898, 2012.
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