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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
A. L. Guerra, Lima, A. V. B., Taddei, F. G., and Castiglioni, L., Genetic polymorphism, molecular characterization and relatedness of Macrobrachium species (Palaemonidae) based on RAPD-PCR, vol. 9, pp. 2317-2327, 2010.
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