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C. He, Wang, C., Chang, Z. H., Guo, B. L., Li, R., Yue, X. P., Lan, X. Y., Chen, H., and Lei, C. Z., AGPAT6 polymorphism and its association with milk traits of dairy goats, vol. 10, pp. 2747-2756, 2011.
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B. L. Guo, Jiao, Y., He, C., Wei, L. X., Chang, Z. H., Yue, X. P., Lan, X. Y., Chen, H., and Lei, C. Z., A novel polymorphism of the lactoferrin gene and its association with milk composition and body traits in dairy goats, vol. 9, pp. 2199-2206, 2010.
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