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2010
J. T. Ribeiro-Paes, Oliveira, A. L. D., Souza, E. B., Alberts, C. C., Aranda-Selverio, G., Cursino-Santos, J. R., Moreno-Cotulio, V. R., Porchia, B. F. M. M., and Santos, W. F., DNA extraction from hair shafts of wild Brazilian felids and canids, vol. 9, pp. 2429-2435, 2010.
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