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Y. Liu, Zhou, Y. L., Qian, Y. Y., Wang, Y. J., Ding, F., Gu, X. S., and Liu, M., The noggin2 gene of Gekko japonicus (Gekkonidae) is down-regulated in the spinal cord after tail amputation, vol. 9, pp. 1606-1614, 2010.
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