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2011
T. J. Silva, Monjeló, L. A. S., Viana, M. N. S., Pezzuti, J. C., Andrade, P. C. M., Vogt, R. C., and Farias, I. P., Population genetics analysis of Podocnemis sextuberculata (Testudines, Podocnemidae): lack of population structure in the central Amazon Basin, vol. 10. pp. 1393-1402, 2011.
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M. M. Castro, Farias, I. P., Borborema-Santos, C. M., Correia, G., and Astolfi-Filho, S., Prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) type 16 variants and rare HPV types in the central Amazon region, vol. 10, pp. 186-196, 2011.
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2010
C. Fantin, Farias, I. P., Monjeló, L. A. S., and Hrbek, T., Polyandry in the red-headed river turtle Podocnemis erythrocephala (Testudines, Podocnemididae) in the Brazilian Amazon, vol. 9. pp. 435-440, 2010.
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