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C. E. França, Vicari, C. F., Piza, A. M., Geroldo, E. A., Beçak, M. L., Beçak, W., Stocco, R. C., and Lindsey, C. J., The kinin B2 receptor gene structure, product processing and expression in adult and fetal rats: evidence for gene evolution, vol. 9. pp. 215-230, 2010.
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