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D. Hepp, Gonçalves, G. L., Moreira, G. R. P., Freitas, T. R. O., Martins, C. T. D. C., Weimer, T. A., and Passos, D. T., Identification of the e allele at the Extension locus (MC1R) in Brazilian Creole sheep and its role in wool color variation, vol. 11, pp. 2997-3006, 2012.
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