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G. B. Veneroni, Meirelles, S. L., Grossi, D. A., Gasparin, G., Ibelli, A. M. G., Tizioto, P. C., Oliveira, H. N., Alencar, M. M., and Regitano, L. C. A., Prospecting candidate SNPs for backfat in Canchim beef cattle, vol. 9, pp. 1997-2003, 2010.
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