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D. B. Carvalho, de Mattos, L. C., Souza-Neiras, W. C., Bonini-Domingos, C. R., Cósimo, A. B., Storti-Melo, L. M., Cassiano, G. C., Couto, A. A. A., Cordeiro, A. J., Rossit, A. R. B., and Machado, R. L. D., Frequency of ABO blood group system polymorphisms in Plasmodium falciparum malaria patients and blood donors from the Brazilian Amazon region, vol. 9, pp. 1443-1449, 2010.
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