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Z. - C. Zhang, Xiao, L. - H., Wang, Y., Chen, S. - Y., Yang, Z. - Q., Zhao, X. - L., Zhu, Q., and Liu, Y. - P., mRNA expression profiles of calmodulin and liver receptor homolog-1 genes in chickens, vol. 11, pp. 3482-3489, 2012.
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