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B. C. Jiang, Yu, D. B., Wang, L. J., Dong, F. L., Kaleri, H. A., Wang, X. G., Ally, N., Li, J., and Liu, H. L., Doxycycline-regulated growth hormone gene expression system for swine, vol. 11, pp. 2946-2957, 2012.
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F. L. Dong, Kaleri, H. A., Lu, Y. D., Song, C. L., Jiang, B. C., Zhang, B. L., Wang, L. J., Wang, X. G., Ma, X. S., Wu, B. J., Song, H., Li, J., and Liu, H. L., Generation of induced pluripotent mouse stem cells in an indirect co-culture system, vol. 11, pp. 4179-4186, 2012.
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J. Li, Cun, Y., Tang, W. R., Wang, Y., Li, S. N., Ouyang, H. R., Wu, Y. R., Yu, H. J., and Xiao, C. J., Association of eNOS gene polymorphisms with essential hypertension in the Han population in southwestern China, vol. 10, pp. 2202-2212, 2011.
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