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L. Chen, Yang, D. Y., Liu, T. F., Nong, X., Huang, X., Xie, Y., Fu, Y., Zheng, W. P., Zhang, R. H., Wu, X. H., Gu, X. B., Wang, S. X., Peng, X. R., and Yang, G. Y., Synonymous codon usage patterns in different parasitic platyhelminth mitochondrial genomes, vol. 12, pp. 587-596, 2013.
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