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C. Martins, Reis-Cunha, J. L., Silva, M. N., Pereira, E. G., Pappas, Jr., G. J., Bartholomeu, D. C., and Zingales, B., Identification of genes encoding hypothetical proteins in open-reading frame expressed sequence tags from mammalian stages of Trypanosoma cruzi, vol. 10, pp. 1589-1630, 2011.
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