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A. L. D. Oliveira, Zanotti-Magalhães, E. M., Zanotti-Magalhães, E. M., Magalhães, L. A., Ribeiro-Paes, J. T., and Levada, P. M., Differences in the number of hemocytes in the snail host Biomphalaria tenagophila, resistant and susceptible to Schistosoma mansoni infection, vol. 9, pp. 2436-2445, 2010.
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