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P. Ianella, McManus, C. M., Paiva, S. R., and Caetano, A. R., Adaptation of a low-cost medium-throughput genotyping system for ovine prion protein gene polymorphims associated with scrapie, vol. 10. pp. 3180-3185, 2011.
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