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D. B. Campos, Papa, P. C., Marques, Jr., J. E. B., Garbelotti, F., Fátima, L. A., Artoni, L. P., Birgel, Jr., E. H., Meirelles, F. V., Buratini, Jr., J., Leiser, R., and Pfarrer, C., Somatic cell nuclear transfer is associated with altered expression of angiogenic factor systems in bovine placentomes at term, vol. 9, pp. 309-323, 2010.
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