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2016
N. R. A. Costa, Venancio, L. P. R., Bonini-Domingos, C. R., Costa, N. R. A., Venancio, L. P. R., and Bonini-Domingos, C. R., Mechanisms of antioxidant defense in the state of post-hypoxia in Phrynops geoffroanus (Testudines: Chelidae), vol. 15, no. 4, p. -, 2016.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Research supported by FAPESP (Process #2014/22398-9 and Process #2012/14048-2). Thanks are due to Gabriela de Sousa Martins, Camila Zucchini de Souza, Lucas Ramos Pereira, Dr. Danilo Grünig Humberto da Silva, and Dr. Eduardo Alves de Almeida (UNESP/IBILCE).
N. R. A. Costa, Venancio, L. P. R., Bonini-Domingos, C. R., Costa, N. R. A., Venancio, L. P. R., and Bonini-Domingos, C. R., Mechanisms of antioxidant defense in the state of post-hypoxia in Phrynops geoffroanus (Testudines: Chelidae), vol. 15, no. 4, p. -, 2016.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Research supported by FAPESP (Process #2014/22398-9 and Process #2012/14048-2). Thanks are due to Gabriela de Sousa Martins, Camila Zucchini de Souza, Lucas Ramos Pereira, Dr. Danilo Grünig Humberto da Silva, and Dr. Eduardo Alves de Almeida (UNESP/IBILCE).
2011
T. L. Silva, Silva, M. I. A., Venancio, L. P. R., Zago, C. E. S., Moscheta, V. A. G., Lima, A. V. B., Vizotto, L. D., Santos, J. R., Bonini-Domingos, C. R., and Azeredo-Oliveira, M. T. V., Simple method for culture of peripheral blood lymphocytes of Testudinidae, vol. 10, pp. 3020-3025, 2011.
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2010
C. E. S. Zago, Ferrarezi, A. L., Vizotto, L. D., Oliveira, C., Cabral, S. R. P., Taboga, S. R., Bonilla-Rodriguez, G. O., Venancio, L. P. R., and Bonini-Domingos, C. R., Hemoglobin polymorphism and hematological profile of Geoffroy’s side-necked turtle (Phrynops geoffroanus, Testudines) in the northwestern region of São Paulo State, Brazil, vol. 9, pp. 721-726, 2010.
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