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M. V. A. Batista, Freitas, A. C., and Balbino, V. Q., Entropy-based approach for selecting informative regions in the L1 gene of bovine papillomavirus for phylogenetic inference and primer design, vol. 12, pp. 400-407, 2013.
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M. B. M. Oliveira, Barros, M. P. S., Silveira-Filho, V. M., Araújo-Nepomuceno, M. R., Balbino, V. Q., Leal, N. C., Almeida, A. M. P., and Leal-Balbino, T. C., Genetic diversity of Yersinia pestis in Brazil, vol. 11, pp. 3414-3424, 2012.
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