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Y. Yang, Huang, J. M., Ju, Z. H., Li, Q. L., Zhou, L., Li, R. L., Li, J. B., Shi, F. X., Zhong, J. F., and Wang, C. F., Increased expression of a novel splice variant of the complement component 4 (C4A) gene in mastitis-infected dairy cattle, vol. 11, pp. 2909-2916, 2012.
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